Rumours of a new, high-end mobile phone from Nokia have been circulating the Internet for a while and all eyes are currently on the Nokia World 09 show in Stuttgart, Germany to see if Nokia spills the beans. In the meantime, however, a keen observer has spotted a new design currently under testing that might be the very thing, to accompany the top end of the Nokia spectrum range currently occupied by the familiar N97 and the new N900.
The new touchscreen design, known as the Nokia Alvin RM-559, reportedly holds a whopping 32GB of memory as standard and arrives in a long form chassis that shows some resemblance to the new LG BL40 Chocolate, according to the Ubergizmo website.
Featuring quad-band GSM connectivity, tri-band WCDMA (900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz), Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the new phone apparently includes a BL-5J (1320 mAh) battery - the same as Nokia N900.
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