Alleged Microsoft Lumia 1330 pictured in blue
Judging by the way most top tech companies refresh their flagship devices, the 2013-released Nokia Lumia 1320 is long overdue for a replacement. But good news, Nokia/Microsoft fans, is that the Redmond, Washington PC gaint is prepping to out a replacement for the Windows smartphone real soon.
According to reports from China, the Microsoft Lumia 1330 (pictured above — appears to be covered in another casing) is in final stages of production. There’s going to be two versions of the phone, a Lumia 1330 and a Lumia 1335 model, with one of the variants, a RM-1062, sporting LTE-advanced connectivity.
In terms of hardware properties, much hasn’t been made known of the upcoming smartphone. However, the smartphone is said to be made of a 5.7″ HD OLED display and should be running Windows Phone 8.1 operating system naturally.
Other specs mentioned was a quad-core Snapdragon 400 chipset by Qualcomm, 1GB of RAM, 14.1MP main shooter, 5-megapixel front-facing camera and a quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU. Launch dates for Lumia 1330 hasn’t been made known.