updated 01:50 pm EDT, Tue October 25, 2011
Nokia Lumia Windows Phones spoiled in full
Nokia's Lumia Windows Phones have been spoiled in earnest through what appear to be leaks from the web. Along with the Lumia 800, once nicknamed the Sea Ray, WinRumors has seen the Lumia 710. The name replaces its Sabre codename and makes it clearly the entry level phone of the two.
Online spec sheets for the two provide only some details. Both have 512MB of RAM, but only the Lumia 710 has its 8GB of storage identified. It's presumed, but not yet known, that the Lumia 800 will get 16GB or more.
Both phones may carry comparatively speedy 1.4GHz, single-core Snapdragon processors as well as front cameras for eventual video chat. The Lumia 800 should have a slightly larger screen at up to 3.9 inches across and could have the same eight-megapixel, wide f2.2 aperture rear camera as the N9. Picking the 710 would get a 3.5-inch screen and a five-megapixel camera.
An additional sighting coming from Engadget has shown the Lumia 800's finished form.
The two are both expected to show at Nokia World, which starts at 4AM Eastern on Wednesday. Europe may get both phones as soon as mid-November, but Nokia may only reach the US in 2012.