A rather blurry image has surfaced that some believe is the back cover of the Nokia Arrow. The back cover does slightly resemble the patent drawings we ran across earlier but there's enough variations to have us scratching our head.
For instance, the photo has the camera and flash above and below, while the patent drawing has the two side by side. The rounded corners seem to match though.
There's still a lot of unknowns surround the Nokia Arrow and hopefully everything will come into focus next week at Nokia's New York event.
Curious though... if this holds true what would you think if the Arrow was a yellow Nokia Windows Phone?
Source: welovewp; Thanks, Simon, for the tip!
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