FCC examines unknown Microsoft Lumia smartphone
What does it look like? Well, it looks like Microsoft is about shelling out their first ever smartphone without the iconic “Nokia” branding. The Redmond tech giant has at least one device undergoing approvals at United States’ Federal Communications Commission.
The unidentified phone measures 102.02 millimeters by 71.10. The documentation recorded the entry as a Microsoft RM-1090, and say the device has a qHD (540 x 960 pixels) display although further information could not be gathered from the filing.
According to PhoneArena, the smartphone (yes, it’s going to be a Windows Phone 8.1-powered smarty) will have a 5-inch display which will see the RM-1090 have a 221 PPI.
The story is still developing and we will be back with more RM-1090 info before the week runs out.
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