The camera shown in the leaked image of Lumia Catwalk has a hump which could mean two things – the phone is either too slim or the camera is really good

If you are wondering whether the Nokia Lumia Catwalk is the Nokia Lumia 928 that has been in rumors, then we have something interesting to tell you. The Nokia Lumia Catwalk might not actually be the Nokia Lumia 928, rather it is a different smartphone that has an aluminum body.

There have been a lot of rumors about the Nokia 928, the successor to the Nokia Lumia 920 which was expected to have an aluminum body. However, the Lumia 928 images leaked on the internet told a different story. None of those images showcased an aluminum body.

Lumia Catwalk

Speaking of aluminum body, there have been some new images leaked on the internet which show an aluminum body frame of a smartphone that is being codenamed as ‘Catwalk.’ We know that Nokia Lumia Catwalk would sound very odd, and anyway the company has already got into the number series and has a number of smartphones in the Lumia series that are named using numbers for e.g. Lumia 820, Lumia 920 etc.

So we are sure that Catwalk is not the name of this device, but we know that it will have an aluminum body. We are also almost sure that the Nokia Lumia 928 will not have an aluminum body, meaning that Nokia might be working on not one but two Lumia smartphones.

We can clearly see the SIM slot, headphone jack and MicroUSB port on the top side of the aluminum body frame. On the right hand side, we have the power and volume control keys. The camera lens and LED flash are present on the back side. The camera has a hump which could mean two things – the phone is either too slim or the camera is really good!

This could also be an image of one the prototypes that Nokia has been working on. So before we jump to any conclusion, we need to try and find out more about this new Lumia Catwalk. Stay tuned, and we will get back soon.

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