The biggest complaint people had with the Lumia 920 was the size and weight. It may have bothered some people more than others, but make no mistake, the Lumia 920 was a hefty phone. The Verge is reporting that Nokia is looking to fix that problem with their 2013 Windows Phone devices.
Sources familiar with Nokia have revealed that they are planning to switch to aluminum construction for high-end phones. The aluminum construction will allow the phones to be much thinner and lighter than the previous polycarbonate devices. The first device that we will see this in is a successor to the Lumia 9200 codenamed “Catawalk.” Nokia is also planning two other Lumia handsets to go along with the Catawalk, but we’re not sure if they will have the same aluminum construction. Expect to see more about these devices later this year.
Do you like aluminum phones, like the iPhone, or do you prefer polycarbonate?