Italian mobile personality Flavio claims to have access to the Nokia Catwalk specs, and has revealed the device will not be weighing your pocket down at all, or creating a bulge either.
From the specs, which claims the handset has a Qualcomm S4 1.5GHz dual core processor, 4.5" octaOLED 1280×768, 1GB RAM 16GB ROM, 8.7Mpx f2.0 OIS, 2000mAh not removable, 129x71x8.4mm and 132g, the handset appears largely to be a thinner and lighter Nokia Lumia 920.
At only 8.4 mm thick it would be the thinnest Nokia Lumia yet, and at 132 g (4.65 ounces) the all aluminium handset would be more than 50 g less than the 185 g Nokia Lumia 920.
The use of an OLED screen is interesting, suggesting features like Nokia’s active standby clock, which only really make sense on an OLED screen, may make an appearance again.
According to the rumour the handset will be announced with the Nokia EOS, which would be a version with the 41 megapixel camera, to hit the market at the end of June or early July.
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