Microsoft-Branded Lumia 535, Lumia 1330 Leaked Ahead



Microsoft-Branded Lumia 535, Lumia 1330

Whereas the Redmond giant appears all set to launch its first Microsoft-branded Lumia smartphone on Tuesday, the predicted software, prior to now tipped because the RM-1090, is now rumoured to be dubbed Lumia 535, and has been leaked in pictures along with purported specifications.

Then again, some pictures have also emerged out of China showcasing every other Microsoft-branded Lumia phablet device, which is rumoured to be called the Lumia 1330, the possible successor to the Lumia 1320.

First up, are the purported photography and specifications of the alleged twin-SIM Microsoft Lumia 535, that have been tipped by using wmpoweruser. The image exhibit a white-colored Lumia smartphone with windows telephone 8.1. The document claims that the instrument may also are available in Black, Blue, grey, green, and Orange colour choices.

Microsoft-Branded Lumia 535, Lumia 1330 Leaked Ahead of Tuesday Launch

On the specs entrance, the unannounced Lumia 535 is alleged to include a 5-inch qhd (540×960 pixels) display; a 1.2ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor; 1GB of RAM; a 5-megapixel rear camera with flash; a VGA (0.3-megapixel) front digital camera; dimensions of 140.2×72.45×9.32mm; a weight of 145.7 grams, and a 1900mah battery.

Significantly, the purported specifications are in-line with the sooner leaked Tenaa and US FCC listings. The alleged orange-colored device on Tenaa was once listed as ‘RM-1090’, with Microsoft branding on the again and a 5-inch qhd (540×960 pixels) show; a 1900mah battery, and 140.2×72.4×9.3mm dimensions.

Coming to the second rumoured Microsoft-branded Lumia smartphone, the Lumia 1330, which was leaked through Windowsblogitalia with an image (see above) that simplest finds the Blue color Smartphone’s very massive back – tipping a show as massive as 6 inches. As yet, there are no other important points available concerning the instrument, and we’re not sure if this may increasingly even be launched at Microsoft’s scheduled announcement on Tuesday.