Microsoft Lumia 1330 Spotted Yet Again, Not coming in CES 2015


Ever since, and even before the launch of the Lumia 535, Microsoft has been rumored to release a sequel to the Lumia 1320. There's speculation of a Lumia 1330 "phablet", which is said to be stuffed with a 5.7-inch HD display, and although it's hard to trust media reports, some new, high-quality photos of the device have been reportedly leaked.

Some new pictures of the purported Microsoft Lumia 1330 have been leaked online and the smartphone market is rife with rumors of a new Windows-powered handset that might be released in 2015.

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Microsoft Lumia 1330 Spotted Yet Again, Not coming in CES 2015


Meanwhile, according to NokiaPowerUser, the follow-up to the Lumia 1320 is reportedly bearing the name Microsoft Lumia 1330. The new phone - Microsoft Lumia 1330 - will have a 5.7-inch 720p HD display, a Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of native storage and a long battery life.

As the report points out, the forthcoming Lumia 1330 is believed to come with a 14-megapixel rear-facing camera with Zeiss optics and LED flash, alongside a 5-megaoixel front-facing shooter.

Apparently, the speculated Lumia 1330 will support Cat 4 LTE, making it the first Windows smartphone to get the fast connectivity option.

Microsoft's much-awaited Lumia 1330 was spotted several times in the past, too. However, the Redmond-based giant went ahead with the unveiling of the Lumia 535 in November, but the Lumia 1330 has since not been out yet.

The report offers no exact launch date for the Lumia 1330, so we're still left with unanswered questions. With March rapidly unfolding, however, it won't be too long until Microsoft's Lumia 1330 makes its official debut at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC).

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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