Nokia Lumia 520’s successor, Lumia 530, flashes past FCC
Sometime ago, we informed you that Nokia is about unleashing a successor for the most successful Windows Phone yet — the Nokia Lumia 520.
Time has passed, things have changed, and Nokia is now owned by Microsoft. But tonelessness, Microsoft allowed Nokia section to carry on with the making of the Lumia 530.
The Nokia Lumia 530, or the Nokia by Microsoft Lumia 530, will have dual SIM support, as the double IMEI number caught on the device’s listing at FCC hints.
The device will measure 119.7 millimeters by 62.3 millimeters, just about the same as it’s predecessor but the Lumia 530 will pack a larger 4.3-inch display, as our sources claimed.
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