Nokia 7 QWERTY Slider Runs Windows Phone 7, Supports LTE

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It’s been raining Nokia Windows Phone 7 concepts lately and the device below is not an exception. Dubbed the Nokia 7, this phone was created by Long-Nong Huang and it comes with an Intel Atom Z520 CPU at 1.33GHz, plus a 4 inch Super LCD display with a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution.

On the back of this WP7 slider there’s a 14 megapixel camera with Xenon flash and support for 1080p capture. Nokia 7 supports LTE 4G connectivity, mini HDMI and up to 32GB of extra memory via SDHC card. There’s also a 1600 mAh battery on board and a full QWERTY keyboard. Could this be the revival of the Nokia N9?

  • Mr. Ausum

    FAAAAKKKKKEEEEE. First, Intel Atoms are not at all energy efficient. Second, Nokia NEVER uses SLCD displays. Third, the N9 is revealed to run Meego. Fourth, the phone pictured is indeed the Nokia E7.