After seeing the first images of the Nokia MeeGo tablet, courtesy of the MeeGo dev community, we’ve also uncovered some details concerning Nokia’s first smartphone based on this OS. The source of the info seems to be the same and the most interesting point of the leak is the fact that the device will feature a 1.6GHz Intel CPU.


The same rumors point towards a touch display with a 854 x 480 pixel resolution, support for HSPA+ connectivity of up to 21Mb/s and NFC connectivity. 1GB of RAM and a 200MHz GPU with 512MB of memory should also be on the specs list, together with HDMI output. It’s not yet known if this will strictly be a touchscreen device, of it’ll sport a physical QWERTY keyboard as well.

Aside from the usual WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and digital compass, you’ll also get support for USB accessories on this new handset. How real these rumors are we’ll learn at MWC 2011, starting on February 14th.

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