Nokia Clarity, the First Windows Phone 8 Concept Since the OS Announcement


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Bob Freking is back with a fresh design, the one of the Nokia Clarity handset, the first Windows Phone 8 concept since the announcement of the OS this week. The phone combines Metro UI with the latest OS features and a PureView camera. As you can see, we those smaller tiles included in the Metro UI, plus a clearer interface and apparently some way to make the UI transparent.

The phone is a pretty long and wide one, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it were a 4.7 inch unit. It’s also pretty rounded at the corners and I guess that its screen is a 720p unit. Inside there should be a dual core Qualcomm CPU, unless it’s a quad core, for that extra processing power needs of the PureView camera. Nokia Clarity also supports LTE connectivity, has a 20+ megapixel camera with PureView tech, 64GB of storage, a 2MP front camera, NFC and a 2500 mAh battery.

These are all my speculations that follow the design of Bob Freking, so feel free to take them as a figment of my imagination. I think that this design is pretty good since it manages to deliver a rectangular phone with great width, rounded corners, crisp display and PureView camera, plus WP8 on board. How much would you pay for it?

[Thanks Bob Freking]

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