If there’s one thing Nokia can’t do (besides make their own OS) it’s keep things a secret. Here we are still 24 hours to go before they take the wraps off of their WP7 packing Searay and Sabre (Lumia 800 and 700) and we’ve already got specs and full shots of the hardware. The Searay/Lumia 800 is the higher end of the two and features a 1.4 GHz single-core Snapdragon processor, 16 GB (rumor) of storage, ~3.7-3.9″ display, and a (rumored) 8-megapixel camera with f/2.2 aperture. The Sabre/Lumia 710 will make use of the the same 1.4 GHz processor but make due with a slightly smaller 3.5″ display, 8 GB of storage, and 5-megapixel shooter. Both phones will reportedly pack 512 MB of RAM.

Current rumors have pegged European availability sometime in November, meanwhile the projects for the U.S. are a bit more grim, pointing to a release drifting into early 2012.

The full details will be revealed tomorrow at Nokia world, 4am (EST).

Separate shots after the break…

Source: WinRumors | Via: Electronista


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