Of all the new Windows Phone Microsoft is currently working on, the Lumia 1330 seems like it has a very solid chance of becoming official in the coming weeks. Or months.
We’ve heard a fair bit about this budget phablet, and we now have some more specifications to go by.
The official successor to the Lumia 1320 is expected to arrive with a 14 megapixel rear camera, along with a solid 5 megapixel front-facing option for crisp and clear selfies. Other than that, it has been claimed that it makes use of 32GB of internal storage — without a microSD card slot.
Now, these new details that have made their way to the web reveal that the device will indeed make use of a 5.7-inch display, with a rather peculiar resolution of 1280 x 719 pixels.
We’ll label it as 720p, nevertheless.
Even if these are the exact screen dimensions of the upcoming Microsoft smartphone.
The leaked benchmarks also point to a quad-core Qualcomm CPU, along with an Adreno 305 GPU, but camera details are actually different this time around. A 12 megapixel back unit is in the news, along with a 4.8 megapixel front one.
Some very odd numbers all around, truth be told.
As for the launch date of the device, sources have revealed that Microsoft could indeed launch some new models early next year. The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which takes place from March 2 to 5 is a very good bet when we’ll get our real look at these new devices.
Till then, rumors will have to do.