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Nokia Lumia X Windows Phone 8 Confirmed for September Launch by Source, Has Rotating Camera

The folks of Concept Phones received a picture from a source called Johnny, who claims he’s close to someone in the Nokia Design Studio team. Meet the Nokia Lumia X, a Windows Phone 8 device with rotating camera and HD display, that’s pictured below. Remember, this is not supposed to be a concept, but rather a render of a REAL handset, supposedly…

The device’s design reminds me of the Nokia 5700 XpressMusic and Nokia N93, thanks to the rotating camera mechanism. Nokia Lumia X uses a Clear Black AMOLED display, runs Windows Phone 8 and uses a Snapdragon S4 dual core processor as well. The camera from the rotating part is an 8 megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss technology. On one side of the rotating part we have media keys and on the other one there are gaming keys, apparently.

The same source of the leak claims that there’s also a new N-Gage Nokia Windows Phone unit in the making, that can only make Nokia fans happy. Once again, I’m not sure this is a real phone, so you should take it with a grain of salt. Is Nokia ready to go back to its older designs? We know how they like to recycle stuff, but are they ready to go that way again?

  • Adrian Paunescu

    It’s enough to look at the keypad to realize it’s not a real devices. Windows Phone requires only 3 buttons: back, home and search.

  • MistelMistel

    If it runs only Windows Phone I’m not interest. Nokia have to change a lot more to sell again devices.