Leak: This is the first Microsoft Lumia smartphone [Updated]
Low-class RM-1090 to launch soon
Microsoft is on the way to release its first smartphone under the new ‘Microsoft Lumia’ brand. A device codenamed RM-1090 has just popped up at the TENAA certification webpage in China. The smartphone is expected to have a 4.7 or 5-inch screen, dimensions similar to the Lumia 830, but less attractive hardware.
The first Microsoft smartphone will possibly have a screen resolution of just 960 x 540 pixels, 3G and Dual SIM connectivity. The remaining specs are unknown, as well as the launch date, but an official announcement in the next 2-3 weeks is quite likely.
Microsoft confirmed that the future Lumia smartphones will carry the Microsoft logo at the front and rear side of the phones instead of Nokia. Redmond has recently started renaming websites and social accounts from Nokia and Windows Phone to Microsoft Lumia and the process should finish before the end of the year.
[Update] Tenaa website publishes the full specs of the RM-1090 Microsoft Lumia smartphone and based on the information we can say that it is a budget device. It is interesting that Microsoft uses a S200 processor along with 1 GB of RAM. Keep in mind that the following specs are unconfirmed:
- 5 inch qHD Screen, TFT
- 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 chip
- 1GB RAM
- 8GB ROM
- 5 mega pixels primary camera and VGA front camera
- 1900mAh battery
- Dimensions: 140.2×72.45×9.32(mm)
- Weight: 145.7 gms
- Frequency support: 900MHz,1800MHz,850MHz,1900MHz
- Colors: black, white, gray, blue, orange, blue, green
- MicroSD support up to 64 GB