Microsoft Lumia 435 with entry-level specs gets approved in the United States
Microsoft seems to have a new device up in it’s sleeves. The Redmond, Washington PC giant who purchased Nokia Devices & Services for a reported $7.2 billion earlier this year got a new Lumia phone registered at the United States Federal Communications Communication (FCC).
The new smartphone is called the Microsoft Lumia 435 and according to the listing, the phone will have a 4-inch 480p display and a Snapdragon 200 processor by Qualcomm to power the internals. A 5 megapixel main camera sits on the back side of the device while there was no mention of a LED flash nor a front-facing webcam.
The unannounced smartphone will measure 118.1 mm by 64.7 millimeters. Interestingly, India’s import/export website, Zuaba.com, listed 10 pieces of a Lumia 435 as being imported from China, costing $57 apiece.
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