Nokia Lumia 920 is, from what I’ve heard a very successful handset and it’s very praised. However, it’s still a massive and bulky device, in need of a makeover. Said redesign may come with the rumored Nokia Catwalk, that today gets a fresh concept from Juha Luoma, who created the Nokia Lumia 930, shown below. By the way, this is his first concept.
This Lumia 920 replacement adopts a compact aluminum and glass chassis, that’s lighter than the one of the predecessor. The designer also tries to keep the current Nokia design language and give it a modern twist. I like the lower side of the model especially and how the screen feels like it’s “melting on the sides”.
Nokia Lumia 930 measures 8.8 mm in thickness and uses Corning Gorilla Glass 2 on the back and front, plus it has a scratch resistant coating. Upfront we’ve got a 4.5 inch 1280 x 768 pixel display with ClearBlack AMOLED PureMotion technology and at the back there’s an 8.7 megapixel Pureview camera. The cam uses a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens with F1.9 aperture and a focal length of 35 mm, as well as optical image stabilization. Finally, Nokia Catwalk features a Snapdragon 600 processor (quad core 1.5 GHz), wireless charging and a 2300 mAh battery. Is this worthy of a Lumia 920 follow-up?