Nokia N5 caught in the wild

Nokia N5

Interested in seeing what the next Nokia Symbian Anna device will look like when it is released? Well, the folks over at Excellular managed to get their hands on what they claim is the Nokia N5 – the company’s upcoming Symbian Anna phone.

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The phone features a pretty small touchscreen (there’s a lot of bezel!), has a front facing camera and a 5-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, and it’ll come in two colors: all black or white with a green back. No word on pricing or release date, but speculation has autumn 2011 as its release date.

Nothing too interesting looking about the phone though the green and white combination is admittedly one of the more interesting color combinations we’ve seen so far. Check out more pictures at the Excellular post.

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