The Windows Phone fandom is now looking forward to the Lumia 1330, the next budget phablet that will come bearing the Microsoft logo. In the next couple of months, if all goes well.
We already got some new details regarding the device earlier today, thanks to some leaked benchmarks.
And now a leaked photo published by a reliable source allegedly shows the back of the Lumia 1330, along with specifications that seem to confirm almost everything we have been hearing about this new Windows Phone handset.
As suggested in the picture, the phablet might ship with a 14.1 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, which should allow for some very decent imaging performance.
We also have a 5 megapixel front camera for even more decent selfies.
Most other hardware specifications are the same, including a 5.7-inch 720p display, but no word on the operating system that powers the device. Windows Phone 10 is still a few leagues away, so chances are that the Lumia 1330 runs the very latest version of Windows Phone 8.1, up to date, of course.
Expect to hear more about the device, in case it does launch early next year.
The first ever public showing is a safe bet for MWC 2015, which takes place in early March in Barcelona, and sales could begin soon after that.