Symbian may be a platform with no future in the long run, but Nokia still plans to release a number of smartphones based on it for a while – and the unannounced Nokia N5 (pictured below) seems to be one of them.
Appeared over at Excellular, the N5 is a mid-end device, with a rather small touchscreen display, a 5MP camera on the back, and a front-facing camera.
Like the E6 and X7, the Nokia N5 runs the latest Symbian Anna – which resembles MeeGo. That’s pretty much all we know regarding the features of this handset.
We don’t know when the N5 will be announced. Anyway, Excellular has it that Nokia may plan the launch of two other Symbian smartphones, named N6 and N7. I’m pretty sure Nokia will offer the N5 for a low price – after all, it wants to sell as many smartphones as it can until its first Windows Phone devices arrive.
Via GSM Arena
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