New Nokia design patent reveals one more potential high-end device design.

This one has been granted to Nokia on 11th September 2012, which makes it a fit candidate for our high-end Lumia 920 variant speculations. It looks sleek and appealing unibody design somewhat on the lines of Lumia 920’s patented design, but yet strikingly different.

The design may suit a curved display screen more  and as such looks like capable of making it to large screen devices. Also looking at the back reveals unibody design with removable small cover in the middle of the device. So, may be this indicates a high-end upcoming device with microSD card support, which will be a much welcome step from Nokia.

Do, let us know what you think about this design in comments !!

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8 comments

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  2. isw

    Its Nokia 801t!

  3. Ry

    Come on Verizon, land this thing before Christmas!

  4. Sebastian

    It kind of reminds me of the new asha phones

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  8. torcida

    Looks nice… Would like to see something completely new beside the N9/800/900/920-Design!

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