Nokia RM-1018 Gets Listed on FCC Database

By Vivek

Apart from the rumors that hinted at the Android smartphone branded "Nokia By Microsoft," PhoneArena has unearthed another device from the FCC database.

Nokia RM-1018 Gets Listed on FCC Database


The device is a new one and it is listed under the Microsoft Mobile brand with a model name RM-1018 and with Windows Phone running on it. Although, we are not sure, but this could possibly be the long time rumored Nokia Lumia 530.

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According to the FCC listing, the device sports a removable battery, a microSD card slot, and features all the necessary radios and connectivity features, including 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. What is stated, on the other hand, is the physical size of the RM-1018 - the phone is 62.3 millimeters wide and 119.7 millimeters tall.

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However, we have not got much details on the device as of now and whatever we shared with you were the only specs we have heard so far.

If you are not aware, Nokia is also coming soon with a Lumia 1525 smartphone. This one features a 6-inch FHD display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of on-board storage, a microSD card slot, 20MP rear-facing camera with dual-LED Flash, ZEISS optics, and full HD video recording, alongside a 1.2MP front camera for video calling.

And that's not just it, moreover, the company is also rumored to come up with a successor of the Lumia 1020 as well.

We will update you as soon as we get hold of more news related to the model number RM-1018. Until then stay tuned to GizBot!

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