We'd never discount the possibility of someone being awfully talented in Photoshop here, but we've got to say, the image shown above looks pretty convincing. As you can glean from the logo in the upper right, this here is a purported E63, and according to some technical tidbits scrounged out of a lengthy Nokia XML file, it just might be a legitimate piece of hardware. Early reports show it as having a 320 x 240 resolution display, WiFi, Bluetooth, Symbian S60, a microSD card slot, 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and UMTS / HSDPA. Furthermore, it's bruited that we could eventually see three versions of the phone for varying markets: the E63-1 for Europe, the E63-2 for suits who can't have cameras on their handsets and the E63-3 for the Americas. We'll be keeping an ear to the ground for more, but till then, you can go ahead and start working up justifications as to why this will be totally necessary in your mobile arsenal in a few months.

[Via Boy Genius Report]

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