According to PocketNow, they’ve managed to get their hands on a user’s manual for what appears to be a Symbian Belle device that claims to be the Nokia 803, a possible successor to the Nokia N8 which some believe is still one of the better cameraphones available in today’s market.
Unfortunately it does not appear that the manual gave too much insight into the device apart from NFC capabilities, HDMI and DLNA, and thanks to the bulge on the back of the device, we’re guessing that an even bigger and possibly better camera is in store for us.
Speculation of the device has revealed that the Nokia 803 will sport a 1GHz dual-core processor, a 3.5” WVGA ClearBlack display made from Gorilla Glass, 512MB of RAM and a camera sensor that supposedly will give the N8 a run for its money. No word if and when the device will arrive but according to some, a possible debut for the Nokia 803 could take place at MWC 2012 in February.
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