Nokia Lumia X rotating camera Windows Phone is real
Nokia is busy trying to turn its flagging fortunes around with its move onto the Windows Phone platform, and in the meantime the company has also released the Nokia 808 PureView device and its revolutionary camera technology. Now we have news of the Nokia Lumia X rotating camera Windows Phone device, which looks like a concept handset but is actually claimed to be real.
The guys over at Concept Phones were sent some pictures from a source that is claiming that the Nokia Lumia X device that can be seen below are for a real upcoming device. It is believed that this Windows Phone 8 device will be making its debut sometime in September, and the source is claiming that the image came from a friend that had worked at a Nokia Design Studio.
There are also claims that there are more new Nokia Lumia’s coming in the next few months that are more interesting than rival offerings from HTC, Huawei, and Samsung. The Nokia Lumia X will feature a HD screen resolution, Snapdragon S4 dual core processor, ClearBlack AMOLED display, and the Windows Phone 8 operating system.
The rotating camera at the bottom features an eight megapixel sensor coupled with Carl Zeiss technology, and as you can make out from the image below the camera mechanism rotates just like it did on older models such as the Nokia 5700 XpressMusic or the N93. The rotating area features dedicated media keys, and also some for playing games.
This same source is also claiming that Nokia is working on a new N-Gage handset as well, and information on this is under strict security in the lab. Do you think this is a real image of an upcoming Nokia handset or some clever imagery?