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Next Nokia iPhone knobbler uncovered?

The 5900 to sport bigger screen, better camera that its predecessor

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It could just be a cheap Chinese knock-off, but word on the web is that these pictures show Nokia’s next XpressMusic-branded pitch at the iPhone.

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Is this Nokia's next XpressMusic phone?
Pics courtesy of PC Online

The images – captured by Chinese website PC Online – are said to show the XpressMusic 5900, which, given the name, would make it the successor to Nokia’s existing 5800 – reviewed here.

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A bigger screen and better camera could feature

Nokia’s reportedly equipped the 5900 with a 3.5in display – the 5800 has a 3.2in screen – and built in a 5Mp camera – instead of 3.2Mp – into the rear. The phone also looks slightly thinner than the 5800.

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