Nokia is working on a new phone which will be based on S40 operating system and will have a 1 GHz processor along with a touchscreen.
Fernando Freytes, Nokia’s manager of marketing in Argentina, said this in a Twitter post.
S40 operating system was recently re-released by Nokia, at the same time as the new Touch and Type series based on the same operating system was launched.
According to a Twitter post, the new S40 phone will be running on a 1 GHz processor to begin with and will feature 512 MB of RAM. Besides, it will have a capacitive touch based clear black LCD display, and will be 3G HSDPA capable.
The S40 device also has access to a dedicated application store which is expected to be popularised more than the current S40 app store is, and the integrated WiFi in the device will make it easier for users to download software from the app store.
The phone, however, has not officially been announced by Nokia but is expected to be showcased in the upcoming Nokia Connection 2011 in Singapore.