An as yet unverified rumor on Saturday claims Nokia will have a new flagship Xseries phone to formally kick off Symbian^3. The X10 would center on the new OS and use a 3.2-inch capacitive AMOLED touchscreen to show off Symbian's multi-touch and auto-rotation features. Best Boyz also alleges that it would be the second phone after the N900 to use an ARM Cortex-A8 processor and would carry a 600MHz chip roughly as fast as that in the iPhone 3GS.
Other details put it in the upper mid-range of Nokia's line with a 5-megapixel camera, 3G, GPS and Wi-Fi as well as either 16GB or 32GB of built-in storage and 256MB of RAM. A slide-out keyboard would make it a first for the Xseries.
A video showing the "release documents" was available but has since been pulled. The accuracy of the rumor has been called into question as there's no sign of a physical prototype, and many of the details could theoretically be produced without actual knowledge. Many rumors have circulated of phones that would headline Symbian^3, including the N98 and N8, and it's believed one or more of these is pure speculation rather than an in-progress smartphone.