With Nokia and Microosft already making their partnership official, the entire world is waiting to see what astonishing devices would the Finnish handset vendor bring to the market with the Windows Phone operating system on board.
The company already presented some Windows Phone concepts, but nothing was made official on any handset that would hit shelves in the near future.
However, enthusiast are eagerly waiting for something to be unveiled, and some of them started to come up with their own ideas on what a Nokia device running under Windows Phone might be all about.
Nokia C9, a concept device coming from Shihuzaan (via My Nokia Blog) is one of the handsets that people are dreaming of when thinking about the Nokia – Windows Phone pair.
The handset resembles with some of the latest high-end devices on shelves, such as the iPhone, or the Samsung Galaxy S II, but it still has its own features to share with us.
Based on Windows Phone, the Nokia C9 concept device would bring the Ovi Store to the Metro UI, as well as some of the already popular services and applications that Nokia users can enjoy: Ovi Maps, Facebook, Opera Mobile 11, Twitter and more.
Of course, the device would also inherit some of the services and applications behind Windows Phone, including Xbox LIVE, Office Mobile, and the like.
This concept phone, the same as other Nokia concepts we've seen lately, runs under the next version of Windows Phone, the one that includes Nokia's own touches.
As for the hardware specs, they would impress too, starting with the large 4″ AMOLED touchscreen display, and moving to the Quad-core Cortex A9-based application processor with SGX543MP GPU.
On the back, the Nokia C9 would sport an 8-megapixel photo snapper with Carl Zeiss optics, complemented by a 2MP front-facing camera.
Have a look at the photos available with this concept device to make an idea of what Nokia might have in store for its users with its Windows Phone handsets, but do not dare to hope too much that it might become reality.