Nokia Lumia 530 Images Caught in Wild

By Vivek
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Just a day ago, Nokia's upcoming smartphone with a model name RM-1018 got listed on FCC database. This particular model was rumored to be the Nokia Lumia 530 smartphone but it appears it is a different one as live images of the Lumia 530 has appeared online today.

Nokia Lumia 530 Images Caught in Wild

 

The handset was rumored for a long time and now it has finally hit the online world in its full glory. The alleged images come from China recently and shows the alleged device in Orange color.

Nokia Lumia 530 Images Caught in Wild

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The unannounced smartphone resembles the older Lumia 520 and 525 models. It comes with the same old same plastic back panel which Nokia has been using for a long time now.

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If rumors are to be believed, than we are looking at the phone which comes with a Windows Phone 8.1 OS. Moreover, its screen should be a 4.3-inch one, likely with a 480 x 800 pixel resolution, while the rear camera doesn't seem to have an LED flash. Other expected features include a Snapdragon 200 processor, 512MB of RAM, and dual SIM capabilities.

Seeing that the Lumia 635, which is brand new itself, will be offered for as low as $99, the Lumia 530 may cost even less, likely becoming the cheapest Windows Phone 8.1 device on the market.

 

The phone is not much of an impressive one at all but surely it sounds like a very budget-friendly device.

Also details pertaining to the [pricing and availability of the handset is not made it to the online world yet, so probably, you'll have to wait for some more time.

Stay tuned to GizBot!

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