Vilim Plužarić created a Nokia concept phone called FX800, that has become famous on a couple of blogs and sites over the past days. We’re dealing with an unique smartphone, that started from the idea of the Nokia 8910 Titanium from back in 2002, in a more evolved version. This is a 4.65 inch smartphone with a titanium unibody case and obviously Windows Phone 8 on board.
Nokia Lumia FX800 features a 4.65 inch ClearBlack AMOLED HD screen, a laser cut body and measures just 8 mm in thickness. It packs a 1.5 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor and 1 GB of RAM, plus 16 GB of storage. These specs are very much like the ones of the Lumia 920 in real life, to which the designer added a 12 megapixel camera. The screen supports a 720p resolution and its design seems to be a combo between the Nokia 8910 Titanium, Nokia X7 and the N9 model from last year.
People have been criticizing a lot the user of plastic materials like polycarbonate for modern handsets. They want the styling of the iPhone 5 with glass and aluminum and I expect that future Windows Phone and Android devices will take that requirement into account. So, are you for titanium or plastic materials? Have your say in the comments below!
[via Phone Arena]