Last week, when Nokia officially announced the ultrathin Nokia E55, the smartphone only appeared in two color versions: black and white.
But the Finnish manufacturer also has a red E55, or at least that’s what some new leaked pictures lead us to believe.
Spotted at mobile.mail.ru, the pictures show the half-QWERTY handset dressed in the above-mentioned color and, well, it does look pretty.
Presented by Nokia as “the world’s most compact messaging device”, the E55 runs on Symbian S60 3.2 Edition and features stuff like Wi-Fi, a 2.4 inch QVGA display with 16 million colors, digital compass, a 3.5mm headset jack and a 3.2MP autofocus camera.
And although it measures only 9.9 mm in thickness, the smartphone packs a 1500 mAh battery said to provide up to 8 hours of talk-time or up to 30 days of stand-by time.
Nokia E55 should be available starting the second quarter of 2009, for the retail price of 265 Euros (about $336). However, it’s not clear yet if the red version will be on sale at the same time with the black and white ones.
For a live look at it, check out our Nokia E55 video preview.
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