Nokia's First WP7 Device May Not Be Released This Year?

By 11:41 Mon, 12 Jul 2021 Comments

Nokia's first Windows Phone 7 device may be coming in Q1 2012 missing the deadline Nokia's top management was hoping for - the Nokia World show on October 20th. The information supposedly comes from Nokia's Australia branch, which admitted to that a WP7 Nokia won't be released until Q1 of next year.

Now this doesn't exclude the possibility of a 2011 announcement as the recent info concerns the actual market release in Australia. We'll have to wait to see, but we know for a fact that Nokia has a WP7 prototype (Sea Ray possibly) already in teh works and it will probably have similar, if not identical, specs to the Meego-flaunting N9.

Those specs include a 1Giga Hertz (GHz) processor - single core as WP7 still hasn't crossed the dual-core line, a 3.9-incher of FWVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution, an 8 MegaPixel (MP) Carl-Zeiss optics capturing camera with dual-LED flash, NFC and a gig of RAM. It's almost certain too that WP7 Mango will be the Operating System (OS) version of choice. But while it all sounds remarkable now, any of these specs could change in a jiffy, mind you.

We're hoping Nokia brings along something special to the WP7 line and not your run-of-the-mill Windows Phone clone.

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