Nokia has done a pretty good job of keeping its debut Windows Phone a bit of a secret, but the cracks are starting to show as we hone in on what we're hoping will be the grand unveiling at Nokia World at the end of the month.
Over the weekend we saw specs emerging for the all-important Sea Ray, plus more specs of the just-surfaced Sabre we found out about last week, plus even more rumours about a third, seriously formidable device, the Nokia Ace.
Oh yeah, and on top of all that Nokia Maps has been spotted on the Windows Phone Marketplace.
But let's start with the leaked specs for the trio of Nokia Windows Phone Mango smartphones – and without further ado here they are:
Nokia “Sea Ray”: 3.7in AMOLED ClearBlack Display, 8-megapixel autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 1.4GHz processor, 16GB internal storage, 1540mAh battery, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.
Nokia “Sabre”: 3.7in LCD, 5-megapixel autofocus camera, 1.4GHz processor, 8GB internal storage, 25GB Skydrive, interchangeable back cover, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.
Nokia “Ace”: 4.3in AMOLED ClearBlack Display, 8-megapixel autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 1.4GHz processor, 16GB internal storage, 1800mAh battery, HSPA+, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.
If you can't be bothered comparing all that, the Sea Ray is basically the reference Nokia Mango device, falling into the upper mid-range category. Oh yeah, and there's a new pic too - which we've dutifully brought to your attention above.
The Sabre is a step-down model with a lower-spec camera, screen (though it's still the same size) and storage, though it does have an interchangeable back cover. Which is what everyone's always wanted.
More interesting, however, is the Nokia Ace, a new face that's shown up featuring a much bigger 4.3in screen and a bigger battery too.
We're still expecting the Sea Ray to be the only one officially unveiled at Nokia World, which starts on October 26 (assuming there aren't delays behind the scenes), but with these other two also looking likely arrivals not far behind, we're starting to wonder just how many other WinPho blowers Nokia is working on back at the ranch.