The specifications for a trio of Nokia Windows Phone smartphones have emerged on a Nokia fan website called MyNokiaBlog, with the Ace joining the existing Sabre and Sea Ray handsets.
All three devices come with a 1.4GHz SoC, possibly a single core Snapdragon model from Qualcomm. The Sea Ray and the Ace share a number of commonalities which leads us to believe that the latter will be a bigger version of the former.
They each come with an AMOLED Clear Black Display screen, with the Sea Ray inheriting a 3.7-inch model and the Ace a bigger 4.3-inch one, an eight megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and AF, plus 16GB onboard storage.
The Ace has a bigger battery (1800mAh) compared to the Sea Ray (1540mAh) and lists Mango+ as one salient characteristic. As for the Sabre, it offers an interchangeable back cover, a 3.7-inch Clear Black Display screen, 8GB internal storage and a five megapixel camera with AF.
Obviously, all three devices offer Windows Phone Mango and according to WPxap.com, 3D voice navigation as well.
The phones are expected to be launched towards the end of October at the Nokia World 2011 Conference which will be held later this month in London.