Nokia Catwalk Specs Leaked: Is This What You Were Expecting?

Right at the start of the year, we first heard of the Nokia Catwalk, the code name for a Windows Phone handset that would supposed do away with the company’s familiar polycarbonate designs and elect to dress itself in aluminum. Beyond that, Catwalk was said to be largely similar to the Lumia 920, hardware-wise. Rumors of the phone have popped up time and time again since then, most recently looking to a possible launch on April 15. With that date quickly coming up on us, some new Catwalk info has leaked, purporting to reveal the phone’s specs.

Just like the 920, the Catwalk would run a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4. Look for the same gigabyte of RAM, but only 16GB of flash instead of the 920’s 32GB. Like the 920, Catwalk would have a 2000mAh battery (non-removable), as well as an 8.7-megapixel camera with optical stabilization. It would also keep a 1280 x 768 4.5-inch display, though Catwalk would move to an OLED component with on-cell touch sensing.

As for dimensions, Catwalk would reportedly measure 129 x 71 x 8.4 millimeters. That’s basically the same height and width of the 920, though it’s significantly thinner. Catwalk would also be remarkably lighter, with a mass of only 132 grams, compared to the 920’s 185g.

That pretty much matches the previous rumors: a thinner, lighter Lumia 920.

Source: Flavio Pic (Twitter)

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