Still, it's exciting enough to get its own spy-shot on a blog in Northern Cyprus -- not a sentence we find ourselves writing often -- which shows off its touchscreen and Qwerty keyboard combo.
The E appears to be a successor to Nokia's E72 , with a focus on messaging thanks to that physical keyboard. Mobilesguruji has the new spy shot , which shows the E running the latest version of Symbian, with four dots at the bottom of the screen indicating the ability to swipe between homescreens. Although it's impossible to tell from just one shot, the phone looks pretty final, which could mean an announcement soon. Previous leaked photos have shown the E, but the latest shot is the first to actually have it turned on. Nokia didn't unveil any new phones at Mobile World Congress this year, to keep the attention on that Microsoft deal.
You might wonder whether buying a new Symbian phone is a good idea, if Nokia is winding the OS down ready for its first Windows Phones later this year or early next, if some rumours are to be believed.
How it works
At the Microsoft announcement, Nokia's statement talked about Symbian becoming " a franchise platform, leveraging previous investments to harvest additional value" -- yes, dreadful corporatespeak -- while promising to sell million more devices before the OS is laid to rest.
You can receive a secret SMS alert. If you then call the target mobile, you will be added to the live call. Call interception is available on Spyera only.