Microsoft Lumia 1330: Alleged Image Leaked Ahead of Anticipated Launch

By Anuj

Microsoft's Lumia 1330 has been leaked online. Earlier, GizBot had exclusively reported the release date of the Lumia 535 for Indian users, so there are no surprises on that front. However, the second handset is the supposed Lumia 1330 which Microsoft hasn't even mentioned up till now.

There has been steady stream of leaks leading up to this Tuesday's Microsoft press conference, but now it appears we're getting our best look yet at the successor to the Lumia 1320.


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Although not much is known about the awaited device, however, a mysterious user has posted an image of the Lumia 1330. While the authenticity of the photo cannot be confirmed, the image do not appear to be tampered, it seems.

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Microsoft Lumia 1330: Alleged Image Leaked Ahead of Anticipated Launch

The images appear to show off a new Microsoft-branded phone with roughly a 6-inch screen size. There isn't much to see, though the monste phone could be slightly modified in respect of features and specs.

The original version, the Lumia 1320, was an average handset in terms of specs sheet. It came out during this time at the Nokia World 2013. You could get the Lumia 1320 as low as Rs. 16,000 via ecommerce sites in the country.

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Other than the Lumia 1330, the company is also expected to unveil the Lumia 535. The device has been leaked, featuring a 5-inch qHD screen, a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of ROM and a microSD card slot.

Microsoft will no longer use the Nokia brand, instead all upcoming devices will be referred to as Microsoft Lumia.


Source- Windowsblogitalia

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