Nokia X10 & W10 Concepts Out; Support for Windows Phone 7 & Symbian OS Likely

May 12, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Even as Nokia is pursuing their Windows Phone 7 smartphone dream, the company seems to be ready with an upcoming smartphone prototype. Christened Nokia X10, the device is said to run either Symbian Anna or its follow-up version Belle. The 4G LTE smartphone is seen as an innovative device among the Finnish major’s plethora of handsets – thanks to its exceptionally fast processor as well as the imaging features.

Prominent highlights of the X10 concept includes a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display that employs Clear Black display technology, quad-stereo speakers and Tegra 3 quad-core processor running at 2GHz. The screen offers a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and it is protected by the Dragontrail Glass Display technology.

The device has got a rear shooter of 15 megapixels with other exciting features such as Carl Zeiss optics, dual Xenon flash as well as geo-tagging. The device also supports 1080p video. On the storage front, the device boasts of substantial internal memory of 32 GB. Also provided is 2GB of ROM and 2GB of RAM, which add to the efficient storage.

We hear the new Nokia product will come with support for Windows Phone 7 as well as Symbian OS. What more should we ask for, right?

Meanwhile, Nokia is said to be in the works with another new device called W10. Not many details of the device have been revealed as yet, though. Speculations are that there may not be much of a difference between the two X10 and W10 smartphones. Let’s go hunting for more on that. Stay tuned.

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