Slowly and steadily as various tidings present their recital in the advancing age of technological innovation, presently we are treated to the other scuttlebutts which mark their presence in the current time frame. Along these lines, a pictorial leak has led to the understanding that this alleged image is expected to be Nokia’s aluminium Lumia handset named as “Catwalk”. These lowdowns have been rumoured to be present on the Chinese social network Sina Weibo. However, there is no accurate information to confirm these tidings.
Based on the leaks that surfaced up previously, the Catwalk will boast of the following specifications. The handset is expected to be with a 4.5-inch display, S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 16GB of internal storage, 2000mAh battery and an 8.7MP OIS camera with LED flash. The current pictorial depiction displays the possibility of the camera being centred on a hump in the middle of the device. This is an unusual development from the currently traditional Lumia line.
The device is understood to be weighing 50 grams lighter than the currently available Lumia 920, at 132 grams and it is reckoned to 2.3mm thinner due to the facilitation of the aluminium design. This switch to aluminium will be regarded as a fantastic initiative by Nokia and an attempt which can reap major rewards. This is due to the fact that Lumia devices have been typically heavy and such a resolving change can prove propitious over the course of time. According to WPCentral, the rumors report that the Catwalk will be launched around 15 May and it will be made available in June for the T-Mobile USA and international carriers. The pictorial depiction also magnifies the point to a micro SIM door, Micro-USB, and headphone jack present on the top of the device. On the backside, wireless charging port is seen with the displayable aspect by three dots. The pictorial depiction also magnifies the point to a micro SIM door, Micro-USB, and headphone jack present on the top of the device. On the backside, wireless charging port is seen with the displayable aspect by three dots.