While Microsoft is prepping to announce a low-cost Lumia 535 on Tuesday, November 11, yet another non-Nokia Lumia has been spotted in an image today.
Frequent sources of leaks after @evleaks retirement, the Chinese website Weibo has got the spotlight once again. An image of what’s believed to be the successor of Lumia 1320 – may be Microsoft Lumia 1330 – has been leaked.
Although, there’re no clues about the specs and its ergonomics, but the render of the device with what appears to be a large screen, possibly 5.9-inch in size. It is still unclear whether the device will boast a 1080p screen, but will be packed with a rear camera with flash. The look and feel of phone hints that the handset will be a budget-phablet, not a flagship.
Microsoft is expected to unveil the device alongside a 5-inch Lumia 535 aka RM-1090 this Tuesday, the company’s first-ever Windows phone with its own branding. This is it for now; we’ll know the full story behind the successor of Lumia 1320 early week.
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Source: Weibo via WindowsblogItalia