Microsoft recently confirmed that it would release a Windows 10 mobile handset toward the end of this year. Reports are making rounds stating that the company could release multiple Windows 10 smartphones in 2015. This includes the Lumia 940 and its larger sibling Lumia 940 XL. But a concept design of the Microsoft Lumia 940 has popped up, showcasing the handset like never before.

Designer Jonas Daehnert, who is known for the spinner phone concept design, has come up with stylish renders of the Lumia 940 using predominantly gray and black hues. The concept design renders can be checked out in high definition on Behance.

Phone Arena says the smartphone will feature a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED display, packed with 1080-pixel screen resolution. The device will sport a 25-megapixel PureView rear-facing camera unit with triple-tone LED flash. In addition, there will be a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.

The Microsoft Lumia 940 is believed to be powered by a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and backed by 3 GB of RAM. The device is expected to come with 32 GB of built-in storage and microSD card support for expansion up to 128 GB. The configuration will reportedly be powered by a 3,250 mAh battery unit.

This Lumia device will run on Windows 10 straight out of the box. The Windows 10 release date is believed to be in September, which would mean the Lumia 940 release date cannot be any earlier, notes Phone Arena. Upon release, this handset will replace the 2014 Lumia 930. Microsoft has not confirmed the Lumia 940 specifications or release date thus far.

In the meantime, readers can check out the concept renders of the flagship Lumia 940, designed by Jonas Daehnert: