Details of the Nokia Phi have surfaced, claiming to be the first phone from the Finnish manufacturer to come running Windows Phone 8.
According to a Nokia Innovation source, the Phi will sport a similar design to the Lumia 800 and Nokia N9 – a polycarbonate, unibody chassis which has proved popular internally at the firm, and here at TechRadar.
As with the Lumia 800, there won't be any access to the battery and the front of the handset will be devoid of buttons, although the Nokia Phi could well sport a larger display than the 3.7-inch offering of its predecessor.
Double the power
Something new for a Windows Phone handset will be the inclusion of a dual-core processor, rumoured to be a Qualcomm chip, which will feature alongside NFC technology inside the Nokia Phi.
The Phi may also feature a microSD card slot, four physical keys (including shutter button) around its perimeter and support 4G networks.
The source claims Nokia will unveil the Phi at its Nokia World event in Finland on September 5, with the handset hitting shops in October.
The Nokia Phi could well be the Nokia Proto handset we saw appear earlier this week, in a rather fetching mustard yellow hue – although we can't guarantee this is true.