Nokia Wahoo clamshell QWERTY messaging phone leaks

According to the latest rumors, this fuzzy clamshell is Nokia's upcoming half-QWERTY messaging phone, the comically-codenamed "Wahoo".  Bearing a strong resemblance to both a Motorola RAZR and a RIM BlackBerry, the Wahoo apparently is quadband GSM and dualband UMTS/HSDPA (850/1900MHz) with a 2.2-inch 240 x 320 resolution internal display and 1.36-inch 128 x 160 external display.

The keypad is a SureType-style arrangement with two letters to each button and a predictive text system that guesses what word you're attempting to peck out.  There's also meant to be a 2-megapixel camera with flash (no word on autofocus) and a 4x digital zoom, 80MB of integrated storage with expansion up to 4GB via microSD card, and Bluetooth 2.0 with stereo A2DP support.  That latter point is almost – but not quite – enough to assuage the disappointment of a 2.5mm headphone socket.

Other specs include A-GPS, a micro-USB port, speakerphone, dedicated Push-To-Talk (PTT) button, media player with wide video and audio support, and instant messaging client.  Size is suggested as 100 x 52 x 17mm, weight under 115g, and UMTS battery life up to 4hrs.

According to the sources, the Wahoo is coming to AT&T in the US; specific availability date and pricing unknown.