Conflicting reports, but this much is sure that this is another budget Lumia smartphone. A couple of images have leaked from China that show Microsoft Mobile is gearing up for another release.
An orange model of the smartphone has been caught on camera.
And although the original photos simply state that this is not the Lumia 620, the device seems quite similar to its predecessor, the Lumia 520. Here, take a look at these two images:
The smartphone features a candy bar design, and according to previous hints on the matter, will offer dual SIM and dual standby support. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor is apparently paired with, once again, only 512MB RAM.
Which makes it okay for an entry level smartphone, but there are several apps and games on the Windows Phone Store that offer no (or limited) support for devices with 512MB of memory.
Anyway, if it is indeed the Lumia 530, then it should arrive on the market in the next month or so, with an estimated price tag of $180 outright. This very much puts it just above the Nokia X2 and other members of the Android family that come bearing the Microsoft logo.
Do keep in mind that these are unconfirmed reports, so anything can change between now and release.