Microsoft has been touting its new entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 handset for so long. Simply dubbed as the Lumia 435, the forthcoming low-end phone is rumored to take on the likes of Google's Android-powered phones in emerging markets.
Now it's being reported that the upcoming smartphone has been passed through the Brazilian counterpart of the FCC called Anatel. Apparently, the authority has confirmed that the device with dual-SIM 3G connectivity.
While the phone's marketing name is not mentioned and there are no specifications tied to the device in the listing, all speculation suggests this is the Lumia 435, GSM Arena notes.
And, if the past Lumia 435 rumors prove to be true, the purported handset will come stuffed with a 4-inch display, Snapdragon 200 processor and a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera. The highly-anticipated and rumored Lumia 435 is believed to be priced below the Lumia 535.
Rumors, meanwhile, suggest that the Redmond-based giant is rumored to launch its cheapest Windows Phone 8.1 running handset at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) tech show, in March 2015.
So far, Microsoft hasn't yet announced the Lumia 435. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!