Nokia has certainly seen a new lease of life ever since they decide to stick to their guns where the Windows Phone mobile operating system is concerned, and while they do continue to churn out some rather solid hardware, not to mention have Windows Phone work more or less smoothly, one major complaint from users would be the lack of apps – relatively speaking, of course, in comparison to that of the iOS and Android platforms. Still, Windows Phone is a fast growing platform in select markets, and someone in China decided to think up of a Lumia 1030 concept design which would of course, end up as a successor to the Lumia 1020. Whether the folks over at Nokia would bite on this design or not is another story altogether.
The whole idea of the Lumia 1030 would be to see it as a high end flagship device that runs on Windows 10 – which of course, is an operating system version that will not roll out until some time in the middle of or late of next year. Hopefully the world will need not have to wait that long until a sequel comes out, right?
Since this is a conceptual design, anything and everything goes. Users will get to enjoy a Quad HD display at 5.8”, bringing this to phablet category, sport a 41 MP PureView camera with LED and Xenon flashes at the back, with an 8.7MP front-facing camera. Underneath the hood, a Snapdragon 805 processor will run proceedings from within, as it comes with 3GB RAM, a choice of either 32GB or 64GB of internal memory, and a 4,300 mAh battery.