updated 11:40 am EDT, Thu October 20, 2011
Nokia Sabre prototype spotted, to get 1.4GHz CPU
A photo of a prototype Nokia handset, the Sabre, has been shared by PocketNow. The handset, first seen mentioned in a Canadian contest, will run on Windows Phone, with the source pointing out that a 1.4GHz chip (a Snapdragon) will power it. There is otherwise 1GB of RAM onboard, along with a relatively small 3.5-inch, 480x800 screen.
The device should also get a five-megapixel rear camera and may cost between 300 and 350 Euros (about $410-$480) off-contract. It's expected to be officially unveiled along with the 800 (codenamed Sea Ray) at the nearing Nokia World event on October 26.