Nokia has big plans to raise its Series 40 handsets for matching them with mainstream 1 GHz processor-bearing smartphones. South African blog Excellular managed to capture blurry images of a Nokia 600 handset codenamed Cindy that features Symbian Anna user interface. Nokia 600 Cindy seems to have a 3.2 inch capacitive touchscreen display and may eventually get launched as Nokia N6.
According to the specifications leaked to Thai website FlashFly, Nokia 600 Cindy will have a 1 GHz processor and 5 megapixel camera.
The device will also come with a Near Field Communication (NFC) chip and built-in FM radio. Some apps, such as Skype, Shazam, YouTube, F-Secure, Vlingo and PDF reader will come pre-installed on the handset.
It is expected that the handset will support 3G networks and will be attractively priced — targeting the youth.
No official word on the brand name or model number of the leaked device has been announced. Considering the state of the leak and the device, you may expect this handset to show up by the end of this year or maybe early next year.