Nokia Lumia 945 with 41-megapixel Pureview imagined

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Many of you will have been reading details of an upcoming new Nokia flagship smartphone, the Lumia EOS. Not long ago we told how Nokia was reported to be testing two different versions of the EOS, and now one designer has come up with his imagining of the Lumia EOS as the Nokia Lumia 945 that sports a 41-megapixel PureView camera.

The Nokia Lumia 945 is clearly a concept design based on the EOS, but it does give us a good idea of just what the real article could look like. Obviously at this stage we don’t have any idea of whether this will look like the genuine Lumia EOS but we’d like to know if you would like to see it with a similar design to this concept?

Not long ago we shared another Nokia Lumia EOS concept with readers that you can see here and it would also be good to know if you prefer the earlier concept or this latest one? The Lumia 945 concept comes from the mind of Edgar Mkrtchyan and is reminiscent of both the Lumia 920 and 925 design-wise. It has an anodized aluminum frame with a polycarbonate and customizable rear shell.

Similarly to the HTC One there are speakers on the front of the handset while the camera set-up appears to be based very much on the Nokia 808 Pureview. The Lumia 945 is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, with a 4.7-inch full HD display with ClearBlack 2 and PureMotion, 2GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of internal storage.

There’s also Gorilla Glass 3 and a sizeable 3500 mAh battery but the focus (excuse the pun) of the phone is its camera. The Lumia 945 features a 41-megapixel rear camera with 1080p video capture capabilities and a Xenon flash with a 3-megapixel front-facing shooter. That’s a set-up that would impress almost anybody. It also runs a Windows Phone 8+ operating system and weighs in at 160g with dimensions of 130mm x 70mm x 10mm.

It all looks pretty good to us, but we’re interested to hear what you have to say. Do you like the look of this Lumia 945 concept and would you like the Lumia EOS to follow these lines? Maybe you prefer the earlier concept that we showed you (linked to above)? Why not let us know with your comments.

Source: Concept Phones

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8 thoughts on “Nokia Lumia 945 with 41-megapixel Pureview imagined”

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    James W. Zhang says:

    I believe the Lumia 945 has more attractive features such as 4.7 screen size, a powerful 3500 mAh battery and a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor. Hopefully I would like to see if it offers Micro SD card slot. Nokia has to make its flagship smartphone stand out from other Lumia models.

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    Lumia Fiend says:

    I’d buy this. End of story. I hope the lumia EOS will come with a huge battery as well (it’s going to need it, really.)

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    B hovet says:

    Wow that’s beautiful ,I’d get it in a minute! I have the 920 and am very pleased so far I also have iPhone 4S and galaxy s2 but my lumia is my primary now upgraded from apple 🙂

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    Gaz says:

    Nokia will never come out with something like because of one simple reason it will sell in the millions and millions. I supported Elop and his move Windows Phone, I even supported Nokia being exclusive to Windows Phone. But I just cannot understand why Nokia wont release a killer phone with a top screen, expandable storage and good camera. They slimmed down the dam Lumia 925 made it look perfect but then take away the expandable storage and wireless charging, and release it with virtually same screen as 920.

    I am getting sick of Android and how it slows down over time and I will never go back to iOS and the tiny screens which allow my thumb to reach from top to bottom while holding with one hand as if I should be impressed by that but I am now getting sick of waiting for the killer Nokia Windows phone and wondering will it ever happen.

  5. That’s a nice looking phone. I just went from an Iphone 5 to an HTC One. I am loving the HTC one right now. It’s the first time I went from an Iphone to an android phone and did not have buyers remorse.

    From what I’m seeing, I may be changing again soon!

    There are a lot of great phones out right now and we as consumers are benefiting greatly from these companies trying to outdo each other.

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