Nokia Lumia 920 definitely got rave reviews for its PureView camera technology and other features globally. Now, the official Windows Phone 8 flagship phone by the Finnish tech giant is rumored to come out in a lighter bodied, thinner and sleeker variant in the coming months of 2013.
Nokia Catwalk - the successor of Lumia 920 is what the talk is about. If you have not heard about this handset before, let us inform you, back in January, TheVerge came out with a report saying that Nokia will launch device with the polycarbonate shell that the company has used in all of its high-end Windows Phone handsets in favour of an aluminum build. Relatively, Nokia Catwalk was one of the planned launches in the kitty.
Consequently, some more details have been outed on the smartphone recently. A MyNokiaBlog report citing sources who have officially confirmed on the matter, suggests that Nokia might be set to make the device official on May 15 in London.
Rumors in the past have revealed that Nokia Catwalk will incorporate aluminum casing, slim aesthetics, great camera capabilities and will debut as a replacement to Lumia 920.
At the same time, reports are also rife about another upcoming Nokia WP8 flagship - Nokia 'Laser' or 'Lazer.' It is said to be the Verizon version of Lumia 920 and is said to hit the US markets sometime in 2013.
Further, Nokia is also rumored to be working on a Lumia smartphone with Windows Phone 8 and real PureView camera technology. The handset codenamed EOS is rumored to come with a 4.3 inch capacitive touchscreen display with HD resolution, 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and Adreno 320 graphics processor.