It features an appealing design, a quad-core CPU and 16MP camera
Nokia’s Windows Phone 8-based Lumia 920 is a highly appealing device, people who have had the chance to play with it for a bit have already said that, yet it seems that there is room for more.Nokia might bring to the market new flagship Lumia handsets next year, yet nothing has been officially confirmed on the matter for the time being, and all that enthusiasts can do at the moment is dream of it.
Nokia Lumia 950 Atlantis is one such dream that has become a concept phone. Designer Rahul Sharma conceived it as a 4.8-inch smartphone that can be admired in the photos attached to this article.
In addition to the larger PureMotion HD screen on the front, the new device comes with a 2GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor packed inside, with Adreno 320 GPU and 2GB of LPDDR3 RAM for increased performance capabilities.
These specs alone would certainly make a new flagship device from Nokia highly popular among end users, yet there is more about this concept phone that needs to be told.
For instance, the designer imagined it with a 16-megapixel photo snapper on the back, a PureView camera that features Xenon LED flash and which is also capable of recording videos in full HD resolution.
Additionally, there are dual 2-megapixel cameras on the front of this smartphone, so that users could enjoy video charring in 3D, along with a removable 3100 mAh battery inside for extended operations.
The specifications list of this concept phone also shows NFC capabilities, facial recognition, a microSD memory card slot with support for cards of up to 128GB, and a magnetic detachable kickstand to put the phone on the table when watching a video.
Overall, this phone could easily become reality, although some of its specs appear to go beyond what can be seen on shelves today.
Hopefully, Nokia will be able to bring to the market a new smartphone that at least resembles this device, though this might not happen in the near future. Some more photos with the device are available via concept-phones.