Microsoft teased us late last week with another Lumia device but that wouldn’t be just another device as it would bare a new branding and moving forward without the Nokia logo on it. And as anticipated, judging from the image released along with the announcement, Microsoft is expected to release a Lumia device that should likely become one of the customers favorites. Looking back on the Nokia days, the Lumia 530 went all out winning the hearts of users, with its affordable price tag and on par features and performance and the upcoming Microsoft device will likely to follow the Nokia Lumia 530’s footstep.
Coming from China, somebody leaked some images purportedly Microsoft’s new Lumia device known as the Lumia 535. The Lumia 535 is pretty big ( as we look at another images below), It is expected to feature a large 5-inch display with 960 x 540 resolutions and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset along with a Gig of RAM. This clearly make sense and seem to confirm speculations being an entry-level device after Microsoft announced it as “Microsoft is delivering the power of everyday mobile technology to everyone.”
Other Lumia 535 features that has been leaked is that it’s going to have an 8 GB internal storage, a fairly simple 5 Megapixel main camera and a standard VGA at 0.3 Megapixel front shooter. The device will surely be powered by Windows Phone 8.1 in a Dual-SIM configuration and comes with a 1900 mAh battery and will be available in variety of pastel color options.
From these images leaks, the alleged Lumia 535 in pictures is likely to be a dummy unit and not an actual working device, but this clearly shows just how the alleged Lumia 535 would look like when it would be unveiled this coming tuesday. This will also be the first of the Lumia devices without the Nokia stamp on it and instead will have Microsoft ones.
- Microsoft Lumia 535 specs and images leak(phonesreview.co.uk)
- Alleged Lumia 535 Pays Online Visit With Microsoft Branding(gizbot.com)
- Alleged Lumia 535 images leak with Microsoft branding on the front and back(vr-zone.com)
- T-Mobile Welcomes Cortana and the Lumia 530 to the Device Lineup(newsroom.t-mobile.com)
- Microsoft Lumia: First Non-Nokia Smartphone Set to Launch Next Week(ibtimes.co.in)