Nokia Lumia PureView 920 Runs Windows Phone 8, Uses 12MP Powerful Camera

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We’ve seen the combination between the Lumia and Pureview series from Nokia a bunch of times so far and here’s yet another Nokia concept phone based on this idea. The creation of Jonas Dahnert, Nokia Lumia PureView 920 is a Windows Phone 8 Apollo device with a 12 megapixel PureView camera and a quad core processor.

The design seems the standard one of the Lumia 800/900 models, so it’s all polycarbonate and straight edges. The Lumia 920 comes with a 4.3 inch screen with 720p resolution, a 2000 mAh battery, support for 1080p video capture and the screen is curved. There’s also a front facing camera on board and a Xenon flash. This Lumia newcomer also features a camera button and strangely enough it lacks the classical Windows Phone capacitive keys. They could make an appearance when you swipe or contextually…

Landscape view is also supported and there’s the concept of tile grouping via an app called New Groups. Nokia Lumia PureView 920 has a metallic back and another good thing is that Xenon flash with LED assist, so I expect clear shots, even in poor lighting conditions. One single problem here: Nokia already made 3 phones with the same design (N9, Lumia 800 and 900). Is there room for a fourth one?

[via mynokiablog]