How many Nokia Lumia handsets have Xenon flash? Nokia Lumia 928, Nokia Lumia 1020. Any more?
I was watching a bit of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and couldn’t help notice a Nokia handset. Now I was aware of a possible placement (I was shown a screenshot some months ago but there wasn’t a Nokia logo at the time so I couldn’t be sure).
Basically, Megan Fox/April uses a Nokia. But it’s not one I’m familiar with.
This is a Nokia, with Windows Phone. It uses Nokia camera and it automatically took some burst shots (smart camera?).
It looks pretty slim.
Look at the back of the phone. It’s kinda like an E6 but slimmer.
The camera UI is inconsistent. Screen aspect ratio seems to have changed.
What is this app?
The sides are metal.
It has Xenon flash. And LED. And a HUGE Square camera section.
They could simply be different phones being used. We’d prefer to dream and hope for the 1020 successor.
Here’s Skype on WP. Seems bottom heavy unless that’s meant to be on-screen buttons.
Definitely more WP. Nokia camera. Note the icon at the bottom for the other lenses.
It annoyed me that the phone was giving false low light warnings. It doesn’t do this. And Nokias more than anything would have produced the best low light picture.
I love how it’s misaligned.
I’m only 25 minutes into the movie so there may be other more revealing things.
So it’s a Nokia phone, it’s a Nokia Windows Phone, it’s a Nokia Windows Phone with a square camera and what looks to be xenon flash.
This is the only two I can think of that has that.
I’m pretty sure the answer is obvious and I’ve likely forgotten the handset as there’s no mention of this on google.
Maybe my amnesia is giving me wishful thinking too? I mean look at the size of the camera section. It’s as big as Megan Fox’s fingernail!
The thing I’m thinking is an LED could be a logo. Could be a Nokia in a special hiding case.
Though going back to this shot, from the front, the flash did not behave like the flash at the back. This looks a lot brighter than what a dual LED flash would look like. When viewed from the screen, the light stayed on like LED flash. Maybe it’s not xenon (or back to the other theory of this being a different phone).