We’re still waiting on a Microsoft Lumia flagship phone, but there’s hope of a pretty close unveiling, since CES 2015 is coming up next month. Till then we can feast our eyes on the Microsoft Lumia X flagship, envisioned by Nick Ludgate.
This model is a 5.2 inch Full HD smartphone with a polycarbonate body, in keeping with past Lumias. It’s a super thin and light device, as the designer claims, but it also has a premium feel. I’m sure you noticed that Nokia’s polycarbonate was always of a higher quality than Samsung’s for example. The Lumia X also brings a self healing finish, pretty much like the one claimed by the LG G3.
There’s a 13 megapixel camera at the back, a 3 MP front camera, 2 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 801 processor. Storage goes up to 128 GB and Windows Phone 8.1 is the OS. As far as I can see, the Windows Phone buttons are now shown on screen and there’s no trace of a physical camera button. The 13 MP camera seems strange to me, seeing how Nokia/Microsoft tends to go with higher resolutions.
[Thanks Nick Ludgate]