When Nokia announced Lumia 920 back in 2012, it was seen as a device that would bend iPhone with strong force. The device landed in retail stores with below average response. Just before the big unveil, a report surfaced that pre-maturely talked about other Windows Phone 8 handsets made by Nokia.
Among them the Nokia Lumia 950 was also named with no set information communicated at that time. Now it looks like the much simplified handset is set to appear regularly from now on.
As the first alleged shot of the Nokia Lumia 950 has arrived, reports Windows Phone Central. The device appears to be one of the upcoming WP8 powered handsets that Nokia is hiding under its hood. Going by the image, it is quite different from Nokia's last high-end WP8 offering including Lumia 920, 820.
The large sized home button in the middle echoes Windows logo. It is said, the Lumia 950 will have a large battery fitted inside. With this handset Nokia wants to remind consumers about crown jeweled N95.
Is Nokia also preparing to make its presence felt in the category with jumbo battery life handsets?
The original Nokia N95 had 950mAh Li-Ion battery fitted inside. The handset was announced back in 2006. Coming back to the specifications of the mysterious Lumia 950, the handset is said to have 720p HD display. Nokia never expressed the idea of promoting 1080p Full HD handsets in the near future.
As the handset is primarily meant to targeted folks who cares for large battery life, so 720p HD resolution on the Nokia Lumia 950 fits the bill. The camera on the device won't be speculated 41-mega pixel, powered by PureView technology. The handset will have 2GB of RAM, and some "future proof "internals as well.
As of now, it is even harder to pass this handset as true device by Nokia standards. If the Finnish giant follows this type of design in the future Lumia devices then it would be even more difficult to recover. The handset manufacturer offers some of the best industrial designs. Consumers appreciated the flawlessness of Nokia N9, and epic craftsmanship behind the Nokia Lumia 920. Stay tuned to GizBot.