Today, WP Central revealed a list of preliminary specs for the Lumia 730. Besides the 5 MP camera that's found on the front, the handset allegedly has a 6.1 MP rear camera with LED flash. The rest of the smartphone’s features should include dual SIM capabilities, a quad-core processor of unknown speed, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory, and microSD card support. It’s said that the display of the Lumia 730 is a 4.7-inch one with a resolution of either 480 x 854 pixels, or 720 x 1280 pixels. The new device runs Windows Phone 8.1, apparently with a firmware version called Debian Red (as we can see in the image above).
Microsoft may launch the Lumia 730 in the coming months, and we’re expecting the device to be pretty affordable. The handset will be the successor to the well-received Nokia Lumia 720, which was released in early 2013.