New Lumia model with dual SIM and qHD screen visits the FCC

New Lumia model with dual SIM and qHD screen visits the FCC
A new Lumia handset has visited the FCC. The RM-1090 is an unannounced model that has shown up in AdDuplex's logs in China and Taiwan. AdDuplex is a mobile ad network that helps cross-promote over the Windows Phone platform. Similar to the information found in the FCC documents, AdDuplex discovered that the screen on this handset comes with a resolution of 540 x 960 (qHD). And the FCC paperwork indicates that this phone will offer support for Dual SIM cards.

The dimensions of the device are 139.9mm x 71.1mm, which makes it comparable in size to the Nokia Lumia 830. With that in mind, we can take an educated guess and say that this handset will probably feature a 5 inch screen. With the qHD resolution, that works out to an uninspiring pixel density of 220 ppi.

The phone offers connectivity with GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900; HSUPA/WCDMA900 (Band 8) and HSUPA/WCDMA2100 (Band 1). A new battery model, BL-L4A, is powering the device. Considering that the documents provided to the FCC came from Microsoft's Beijing office instead of its Ka-ching office (Redmond), this could be a model that is expected not to stray too far from its Asian roots.

source: FCC, AdDuplex via WPD, WMPoweruser

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