Looks like someone is really terrible at keeping secrets. What look to be official press photos of Nokia's latest smartphone, the Nokia 700 (aka Zeta), just got leaked.
Based on previous rumors, the candybar handset reportedly sports a 1GHz processor, a 3.2-inch AMOLED display, NFC connectivity, and a 5-megapixel camera with an LED flash.
The handset will also be running Symbian Belle, the update to Nokia's Symbian Anna, and will be one of four upcoming phones to feature the new OS.
The Zeta may also be marketed as the "thinnest smartphone ever," according to leaked images of the specifications, but GSM Arena is reporting the thickness of the phone to be just 10mm (less than half an inch). We're guessing this could instead mean that the smartphone will be thinnest ever made by Nokia.
Apart from what's already been leaked online, an anonymous tipster has further informed us that in addition to the white and black models, the Zeta will have three other color variants at launch.
Given Nokia's penchant for red and blue as seen on the, we're guessing this may be two of the three available color options for the upcoming smartphone.