The Nokia Lumia 920 received glowing reviews across the mobile industry and went down similarly well with consumers. However, there was one big complaint with the smartphone which was its weight and thickness.
The Lumia 920 (pictured above) weighed over 190 grammes which is much heavier than the iPhone 5 (112g) , the Galaxy S3 (133g) and pretty much every other premium smartphone. The reason for the weight was apparently due to the inclusion of wireless charging and the type of lens featured on the Lumia 920's camera.
The good news is that Nokia are going to address the problem when they release the Lumia 920's replacement. Rumours , reported by TheVerge, suggest that Nokia are going to release a new premium Windows smartphone later this year which has been codenamed the Nokia Catwalk.
The Nokia Catwalk will have a similarly high-end specification to the Lumia 920 , but will be significantly thinner and lighter than Nokia's current flagship smartphone. The other hot news is that the Catwalk will be made from aluminium which will give the smartphone a true premium feel.
In addition to the Nokia Catwalk the Finnish company are also thought to be releasing another two new Windows Phone 8 smartphones. We presume they'll be more affordable smartphones than the Catwalk and will most likely be replacements for the Lumia 820 and the Lumia 620.
Currently, 3G doesn't have more detail on any of Nokia's upcoming Windows smartphone. However, as soon as we get more details we'll be sure to let you know.
By Simon Thomas on 04th January, 2013