We don’t know exactly what’s going on over at T-Mobile, but America’s fourth largest carrier just can’t keep its secrets… well, secret. It was only 48 hours ago that we saw an “internal” doc leaked and now a new roadmap has “accidentally” been made public.
And if the previous leak had an Android-based phone and a BlackBerry under the spotlight, it’s now time to talk about Windows Phone 8 as well. Nokia Flame 4G is the alleged name of T-Mo’s next WP8 handheld, but don’t be thinking the Lumia 810 has competition.
That’s because, based on rumors from last year, the Flame is going to be an entry-level 4-incher with a modest dual-core 1 GHz CPU, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory, microSD support, LTE speeds and a 5 MP camera.
Of course, a lot of things can change in the space of so many months, but for now those are the only details that we can cling on to. Getting back to the leaked doc at hand, Nokia Flame’s release is supposed to happen on April 24, while pricing is off limits for now.
Via [Tmo News]