Alleged Lumia 535 Pays Online Visit With Microsoft Branding

By Vivek

Microsoft has already hinted the tech community that it will launch the first Lumia smartphone without Nokia branding on November 11. Now the very smartphone with a Microsoft branding has appeared online.

Alleged Lumia 535 Pays Online Visit With Microsoft Branding


The phone that got leaked in via China's Tieba, an online community powered by Baidu, is apparently the Microsoft Lumia 535. The images of a handset with that name clearly suggests that it is the new phone with new branding.

Alleged Lumia 535 Pays Online Visit With Microsoft Branding

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If you are wondering about the specs of the handset, previous leaks suggests that the Lumia 535 would come with 5-inch qHD screen (960 x 540). It would be powered by a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 200 CPU paried with 1 GB of RAM. It would run on Windows Phone 8.1 and would house 8 GB internal memory. There is no word on microSD card slot.

Alleged Lumia 535 Pays Online Visit With Microsoft Branding

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In the camera aspect, the Lumia 535 would feature a 5 MP camera with flash and a front facing VGA snapper. The handset would be powered by a 1,900 mAh battery.

Obviously, with reference to the history of the Lumia devices, the phone would be released in a number of color options (precisely 7 color variants) and can be expected with a dual-SIM support.

Although, Microsoft has released the teaser, it has not officially spoken about the upcoming smartphone until now. However, since the company has given a date for a launch event, you can expect more information on the device on November 11.

Until then stay tuned to GizBot!


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