Live pics of Nokia N8-00 12 megapixel Symbian^3 Nseries flagship leak

I told you things are about to get much more interesting for Nokia and Samsung.

And, less than a day later they already starting to.

Yesterday some info about the upcoming Nokia E7-00 Symbian^3 based ESeries device leaked. Today we get the goods on the new Nokia Nseries flagship – Nokia N8-00.

Well, not everything about it, but a bunch of real live pics from Chinese portal IT168.com, confirming that the device exists:

Nokia N8-00 live 1

The earlier rumored/leaked specs for Nokia N8-00 included Symbian^3 OS, 3.5” capacitive touch screen, 12 megapixel camera, HD (720p) recording and HDMI port.

Nokia N8-00 live 2

The leaked pics of N8-00  seem to confirm most of the specs, adding a Xenon flash to the mix, making this handset a premier imaging solution from Nokia.

Nokia N8-00 live 3

IT168 is calling the device – Nokia N98, but at this point, I think we can safely assume that that naming convention is a thing of the past, a new Nokia device  naming scheme is in effect.

Author: Stasys Bielinis

While I like to play with the latest gadgets, I am even more interested in broad technology trends. With mobile now taking over the world - following the latest technology news, looking for insights, sharing and discussing them with passionate audience - it's hard to imagine a better place for me to be. You can find me on Twitter as @UVStaska'

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  • http://www.twitter.com/C00L @C00L

    Fantastic spec apart from the OS. Why not continue to expand the superior Maemo/Meego platform, which has helped to make the N900 so successful. – @c00l

  • victorsegal

    very nice it is informative

  • http://www.twitter.com/C00L @C00L

    Fantastic spec apart from the OS. Why not continue to expand the superior Maemo/Meego platform, which has helped to make the N900 so successful. – @c00l

  • victorsegal

    very nice it is informative

  • n90fanatic

    Hmmm….The images are either fake OR a poorly constructed prototype. Look the wobbly attachment of the SIM card and memory card, the imperfect fit of the screen's bezel, and the exposed screw (which Nokia rarely does in its devices). For all its nice features, I do hope that this phone isn't a fake.