After the complete integration of Nokia into Microsoft, the tech world didn't see any big flagship launch from the Windows Phone lineup. However, the Redmond-based tech company has come up with few entry-level Lumia handsets.
Now according to the folks at Chinese website WPDang, Microsoft is all set to announce two new Lumia phones at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2015), which is being held at Barcelona this year between March 2-5th.
While, most of the industry guys were anticipating that Microsoft will come out with a Windows Phone 10 powered handset, however looks like the Satya Nadella plans to launch only budget-friendly Lumia phones so far.
According to the latest rumor, the soon-to-be-launched two Lumia phones will be running on Windows 10 and are allegedly going to be the entry-level and mid-range devices. As for now, Microsoft main concentration is mostly on low-end Lumia phones as it sold more than 10.5 million Windows phones.
During MWC 2014, Lumia 930 was launched, which is the last flagship phone we've seen from Microsoft so far.
Meanwhile, other OEM's like Acer have already confirmed that they are going to launch Windows 10 based phones at MWC 2015, at the same time reports are rife about Lumia 830 codenamed RSM-1072. The Lumia handset is expected to sport a 5 inch, 720p screen display along with the power of Qualcomm 400 quad-core processor, 8.7 MP rear camera, 8GB internal storage and more.