Nokia’s Lumia handsets are increasingly popular all around the world, and are expected to help the company regain its foothold on the mobile market, especially after the arrival of Windows Phone 8, the next major OS refresh from Microsoft.
Nokia was already nominated as one of the handset vendors on track to launch Windows Phone 8 devices when the platform arrives on shelves later this year and users already started to dream of what the next Lumia devices would be set to bring along.
The Nokia Lumia Elements is a great example in this direction, being a concept device capable of putting together all that users already praised at Nokia with the features and capabilities that Windows Phone 8 is poised to bring along.
The specs of this device should be as appealing as well, starting with the large 4.3-inch AMOLED CBD touchscreen display that can deliver a 720p resolution.
Windows Phone 8 will arrive with support for multi-core architecture inside new devices, and this phone would come in line with that as well.
Moreover, the handset
should sport an Aluminum unibody that would also feature a polycarbonate with ceramic-like finish.
Nokia’s high-end imaging technology would also be included inside the phone, in the form of a 12-megapixel photo snapper with Carl Zeiss lens, capable of deliver a great photo snapping and video recording experience to all users.
The Nokia Lumia Elements concept phone comes from LokiBartleby, who notes that the main idea behind it was to bring a bit more metal to Nokia’s Lumia series. You can access high-resolution images of the device via this link
Overall, the handset looks sleek and very appealing, something that would certainly attract users on its side, provided that Nokia ever delivered to shelves such a phone, especially with all the new enhancements that Microsoft’s platform is set to taste later this year. However, it remains merely a concept device
for the time being.