Design Concept Nokia Lumia FX800 Made from Titanium

Tuesday, October 23, 20120 comments

Unibody design with Polycarbonate material originally created for the Nokia N9, now often found in the flagship smartphone from the Finnish vendor, including their Windows Phone devices.

If at any time Nokia is planning to change the design paradigm from a Windows Phone 8 creation, presumably interesting to see what the source on the site uploaded by PhoneArena.

The device shown in the figure referred to as one of the design concept called the Nokia Lumia FX800 whose inspiration is said to come from Nokia 8910 Titanium.

The use of metal in this case is Titanium as a more premium materials, mentioned would put flagship Lumia phones parallel to the superior design of the phone, like the iPhone 5, which uses a combination of glass and aluminum casing.

While the idea behind the design concept of the Nokia Lumia FX800 is to give fans a smartphone Nokia Lumia sleek and exclusive, which is not directly collide with sales of Lumia 920.

That said, the Lumia FX800 will be a stylish phone with a thickness of only 8 mm and presenting AMOLED HD screen measuring 4.65 inches, and came out as a slick high-end devices from Nokia. Really?

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