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Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 spotted

Two new Nokia Windows Phone handsets have shown up on a promotional poster, just minutes before Nokia World starts.

Nokia World has only just started, but here's some evidence of what we're about to see. We already knew about the Nokia Lumia 800 (the one that's also shown up under the guise Searay, and just Nokia 800), and the Lumia 710 looks like the one previously codenamed Sabre.

Pocketnow grabbed the snap, which looks to be from a promotional poster, so expected to see it in the flesh in the next few minutes.

Both phones have previously shown up in separate leaks, and on an advert for a competition, but this is the best look at them both yet. No specs of either are listed, but going on what leaked previously, we can assume the Lumia 800 has the same 3.7-inch screen as the N9 it resembles, though we previously reported the flash is in a different place on the back, so may have a different camera to the N9's 8-megapixel.

The Sabre, meanwhile, or Lumia 710 as it looks like it'll be known, packs a 1.4GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, which should put it up there with the most powerful handsets around. The screen is slightly smaller than the Lumia 800, at 3.5 inches, and a 480x800-pixel resolution. There's also a 5-megapixel camera on the back.

We brought you news yesterday that the Searay handset is being officially named as the Lumia 800. Both it and the Lumia 710 should run Windows Phone Mango, but all will be revealed in mere minutes.

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