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The Nokia N803, expected to be the company’s last Symbian device and the successor to the N8, is supposed to be revealed at MWC. The latest rumours however, have dubbed the device the Nokia 803, and given it higher-end specifications than previously expected.
The Nokia 803 will reportedly feature a 4-inch AMOLED display, and not the 3.5-inch display that was rumoured earlier. It will also come with what is being called the “largest camera sensor ever seen on a mobile phone.”
Expected to run on Nokia Belle, the Nokia 803 will also feature an HDMI-out port, microSIM card support and NFC connectivity, according to the latest rumours. Previous leaks claimed a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and DLNA connectivity as well.
The Nokia 803 will probably be shown off at the end of the month at MWC, and should hit shelves by May.