Nokia World 2011 kicks off in less than a week and, as usually seems to be the case, we've seen an uptick in the number of Nokia-related leaks over the past month or so. Today the leak train keeps on rolling with a photo showing another new Nokia handset. The device you see above is reportedly dubbed the Nokia Sabre, a name we've heard once before, and is said to be packing a 3.5-inch 800x480 display, 1.4GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera, and 1GB RAM. And in case you're wondering: the standard Windows Phone navigation keys are likely in that super white mess at the bottom of the phone but are hidden due to the way the photo was taken, and that URL on the right side of the Sabre leads here.
Yesterday Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that we can expect Nokia to unveil "new devices" running Windows Phone at Nokia World next week and, although he stopped short of saying precisely which handsets will be unveiled (don't they always?), the 800 and Sabre are both likely candidates. Our fearless leader @PhoneDog_Aaron will be on hand in London to document whatever Nokia ends up showcasing at the big shindig, so be sure to check in with PhoneDog for more!