Microsoft-branded Lumia phone has reportedly been leaked and there is no Nokia name on it. Less than 2 weeks ago, Microsoft officially announced it was removing the Nokia name from its Lumia series smartphones.

A Chinese website Teena has put up an snapshot of a Microsoft-stamped smarphone on its site that is widely considered to be the new Lumia smartphone from the US gadget-giant and there is no name of Nokia anywhere on the smartphone, not on the front nor  on the backside.

There is a name Microsoft on the rearside of the smartphone with the logo of Windows. The smartphone is said to be named Microsoft Lumia RM-1090. Inside, the device will supposed to have a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 CPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, with microSD support up to 64GB, and a 1900mAh battery.

The dual-SIM enabled, 145.7g handset will support 900, 1800, 850, and 1900MHz signal frequencies, measure 140.2 x 72.5 x 9.32mm, and will be available in black, white, grey, blue, orange and green color variants.

Unlike many previous models, the speaker will be a lozenge-shaped opening in the centre of the bottom quarter of the phone, rather than a circular opening in the bottom right-hand corner.