Yesterday, with the starting of the new year, the Microsoft Lumia 1330/1335 made an appearance in couple of images giving us a glimpse and idea about its design and size.
Some of the rumored specs for the handset shows it to be having a 5.7” HD OLED display making it much larger than the Lumia 535. Further revealed specs show up the device to be having a 14.1MP primary camera to its back which comes with Zeiss optics and LED flash while its front hosts a 5MP secondary snapper. Within it core, the smartphone would bake a Snapdragon 400 MSM8926 chipset having a quad-core Cortex A7 CPU. The device comes with 1GB of RAM memory and Cat 4 LTE connectivity on-board. The handset is currently said to have passed the FCC certification under the RM-1062 product name and offers support to LTE-Advanced networks.
Considering the level of detail that has leaked of the Lumia 1330, we expect to see it launch in the Spring. Exact dates and pricing aren’t available at this point, though. Previously the device has also paid its visit to GFXBench.
The pricing of the handset is still a suspense and we expect it to get unveiled anytime in Spring this year.