Lumia 1335 takes a bow at the FCC, LTE-A support on board

Lumia 1335 takes a bow at the FCC, LTE-A support on board
A variant of model RM-1062, which we have written about before, has been spotted at the FCC giving up the goods. It might be called the Lumia 1335, a single SIM version of the 1330.

According to certification documents, this Lumia will support LTE-Advanced in the 2500MHz frequency, along with the usual cast of network characters, as a downlink only band in a carrier aggregation implementation.

The only carrier in the US that supports 2.5GHz is Sprint, but the remaining frequency bands listed for the device indicate it would not support the carrier’s legacy 3G/EV-DO network, suggesting this device will be targeted for non-US markets.

The rest of the Lumia 1335 is otherwise just like what we know so far about other variants of Lumia 1330, it is a mid-range Windows Phone device with a 5.7-inch 720p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU and its faithful Adreno 305 GPU partner, along with 512MB or 1GB of RAM, and 16 or 32GB of storage.

A 14-megapixel main camera with PureView is expected to be part of the package along with a wide-angle 5-megapixel front facing sensor for selfies of you and the world around you.


source: NPU

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