Nokia is rumored to be working on a large screen smartphone dubbed Nokia Max. Nokia enthusiast blog MyNokiaBlog noted that the rumored Nokia Max smartphone will feature a 4.7 inch sensitive touchscreen display, and Nokia Catwalk smartphone will have a 4.5 inch IPS display with PureMotion HD+ technology. Both these devices will run Windows Phone OS and can be expected to arrive sometime later this year.
Nokia is working on a device with a PureMotion HD+ display smartphone codenamed Catwalk. This smartphone features a 4.5 inch display with 720p HD resolution. The display will adjust the colours and contrast of the screen based on surrounding light. It has a high pixel count and high sensitivity even if the user is wearing gloves.
The Nokia Catwalk will feature an aluminum unibody and will come with optional wireless charging support. Nokia will use a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 mobile processor with 1 GB RAM and will support even Long Term Evolution networks. This smartphone will be a tweaked successor of the current Lumia 920. The Catwalk will feature enhanced optical image stabilization with revamped camera user interface available in smart mode and pro mode. Pro mode will allow the user to manually alter different settings to get the image as desired.
Nokia is also working on a 4.7 inch display Max smartphone which will feature 480 x 800 pixel resolution natively. Appearing to be yet another mid-range device, this smartphone will pack a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 mobile processor with 512 MB RAM and will be branded as one of the cheapest smartphones to support Long Term Evolution network.
Nokia Catwalk would be an interesting device with an aluminum body. As of now, there are no confirmations on exactly when these devices will be made available. However, there is a special Nokia product launch happening on May 14 in London, UK. Stay tuned to learn about the new product Nokia has under its coat.