Posted by : Diaz Abadzar Fikri Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Each and every creator of a Nokia Lumia concept phone tries to focus on the camera and keeping a part of the Lumia legacy. However, none of them actually tried to make an ultraslim device. Well, designer Marcellus did and what came out was the Nokia Lumia X Windows Phone concept shown below.

Nokia Lumia X Windows Phone Concept is All Gold and Beauty
The designer claims that this model is kind of unrealistic, seeing how bulky Lumias are, but one can dream, right? The Nokia Lumia X handset comes with an 8 mm thick chassis and it reaches 8.7 mm in thickness with the camera bump included. It weighs 140 grams and uses 2 GB of RAM, 32/64 GB of storage and a microSD card slot with support for an extra 64 GB.
The display is a 5 inch Full HD unit with PureMotion technology and Gorilla Glass 3 tech. The battery is non removable and has a capacity of 3000 mAh. There’s also Qi wireless charging and I imagine that since the battery is non removable, the microSD must be placed on the side or something. The camera of the Nokia Lumia X is a 10 megapixel Pureview unit with Carl Zeiss lens, OIS, dual LED flash and Xenon flash too, plus a 2.5 MP front shooter with Full HD video capture.
[via Mynokiablog]

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