Nokia is planning to dump polycarbonate body for its flagship 2013 model, The Verge reports citing sources familiar with the Finnish company’s plans. Apparently the next Lumia flagship will have a thinner and lighter body, and also the one that is made out of aluminum.
The device, codenamed Catwalk, may be unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress since the company has no plans to exhibit at CES in Las Vegas.
But that’s not all with Nokia planning another device to unveil later this year. We could call it the Lumia 820 successor, but we’re really not sure what kind of hardware it will sport under the hood or what kind of screen it will use. We do look forward to see improvements in the camera department, which has always been a strong selling point for Nokia handsets. We’ll return to this story when we hear something new…
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