Microsoft will soon remove the Nokia branding from the Lumia devices. However, it is not something that comes as a big surprise. Moreover, since the time the software giant acquired the Finnish smartphone maker, rumors were rife within the tech industry that the company would replace the Nokia branding with Microsoft.
Now the father of Windows Phone platform has started teasing the same on social media. On a company's official Facebook page, with the hashtag #MoreLumia, and the motto "Big on experiences", Microsoft has teased a new phone.
Although, it is quite hard to say, what Microsoft is trying to say via the teaser, but with the tagline "Big on experiences," you can expect a smarpthone with rich camera experience.
Moreover, the company has also highlighted a date 11.11.2014 (November 11th, 2014) which might be the date the new Microsoft branded Lumia smartphone would be launched. If the past rumors are to be followed, the new phone would replace the Lumia 1020.
Microsoft had already released an image of a smartphone with Microsoft branding on the back, replacing the Nokia branding. Recently leaked codenamed RM-1090 from Microsoft also got certified in China with Microsoft branding.
So, there are high chances of the phone of getting launched on the aforemtioned date. If you are wondering about this one's specs, the RM-1090 will sport 5-inch qHD (960 x 540 pixels) display, rear camera with LED flash, front-facing camera, dual SIM support and a 1905 mAh battery. It would be available in a range of colors.
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