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A Microsoft-branded Lumia back panel pictured in the wild - posibly the Lumia 1330

A Microsoft-branded Lumia back panel pictured in the wild - posibly the Lumia 1330
We've been hearing about a sequel to the Lumia 1320 for a while now – a Windows-toting phablet that's, supposedly, going to come in single- and dual-SIM variants, named Lumia 1335 and Lumia 1330, respectively. Now, from the depths of Rumorland, beyond the eastern horizon, we get a picture of the upcoming phone's back panel, compared to the new Lumia 535 no less.

So, yeah, it is obviously going to be a big phone and we can see that the opening for its camera sensor is also rather considerable – leaks support that Microsoft will equip the 1330 with a 14 MP camera – quite the upgrade, compared to the Lumia 1320's 5 MP snapper. The rest of the rumored specs list a 5.7", 720p display, a Snapdragon 400 SoC, 1 GB of RAM (some rumors claimed 512 MB of RAM, but come on), and a 5 MP selfie snapper – keeping with the trend, we see.

This will be the second Lumia device to bear the Microsoft branding and it will again be a budget device – the 13xx series are the cheap "versions" of the 15xx Windows Phone phablets. It is expected to be released in the first half of 2015, however, a US release may be delayed.

source: Baidu via NeoWin


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