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Movie showed unannounced E72 in action

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Nokia has let the cat out of the bag by accidentally posting a video on YouTube showing a new handset.

The video, now pulled, centres on the E72, an updated E71 that sports the same basic BlackBerry-like look but with some minor design tweaks.

That said, the camera has been upped from 3.2Mp to 5Mp, and the new model will seemingly run the latest version of Symbian, 3.2.

Alas, the video didn't let slip when the E72 will go on sale, or how much it'll cost when it does. The E71 was released almost a year ago, so it's not unreasonable to assume its successor's launch is imminent. ®

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