Nokia’s upcoming Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 smartphone will arrive on shelves in a variety of colors, the company has already confirmed.
Among these, however, no cyan flavor could be seen, nor was there any mention of this variant coming from Nokia.
At first, everybody assumed that the company was ditching the cyan color from the range of Lumia 920 devices, but hints that things might not turn up this way have started to appear.
A video aimed at promoting the upcoming Red Bull application for Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 handsets shows a blue colored Lumia 920 for less than a second, thus suggesting that the device is indeed real.
The video is now private, but the guys over at WMPoweruser managed to extract from it the frames where the cyan Lumia 920 is visible, and published them in another video, embedded below.
There is always the possibility that this might have been only an error, yet we cannot exclude the possibility that Nokia is providing small hints at an upcoming new version of the device.
Nokia Lumia 920, the company’s flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, is expected to become available for purchase sometime in November in various markets around the world.
The cyan flavor of the device, provided that Nokia is indeed building one, might not be launched at the same time, or could be planned for exclusivity for specific carriers or markets.
Featuring a large 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ touchscreen display, a dual-core Snapdragon S4 application processor inside, and an 8-megapixel PureView photo snapper on the back, Lumia 920 is currently seen as the best Windows Phone 8 handset in the world.
In fact, Nokia is even touting its high-end capabilities against those of iPhone 5, in a manner similar to that chose by Samsung to show the superiority of Galaxy S III over Apple’s new iPhone model.