Nokia Phi Windows Phone 8 details emerge

Some time ago a device known only as the Nokia Phi surfaced, and apart from knowing that the Nokia Phi was a Windows Phone 8 handset nothing else was known, but now more rumour has hit the net concerning the Nokia Phi that spills some unconfirmed details on the smartphone.

According to the guys over at Phone Arena, a report by Nokia Innovations apparently confirms that the Nokia Phi (codename only) is the successor to the Nokia Lumia 800, and is apparently larger and heavier than the Lumia 800 with dimensions possibly closer to that of the Nokia Lumia 900, and word has it the Nokia Phi has a 4.65-inch touch screen rather than a 3.7-inch.

Word is the Nokia Phi will have no physical buttons on its face but four on its side, a power button, camera shutter button and two volume buttons, and the device will keep the polycarbonate unibody design, so the user wont be able to replace the battery unfortunately, but the handset will sport a Qualcomm dual core processor.

The Windows Phone 8 Nokia Phi will also come with NFC, has microSD expansion and will be LTE enabled, so the Nokia Phi could well head for the United States at some point in the future.

Naturally all the above is unconfirmed and as such should be taken with the usual large dose of salt for now, until such time as more evidence emerges, and of course as soon as it does we will pass it along to our readership, and who knows, perhaps Nokia will dish the dirt on the Nokia Phi during Nokia World next month.


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