Finnish telecom giant Nokia is expected to reveal a few new Lumia devices later today, and the press render of one of them has just leaked out ahead of the anticipated announcement.
Said to be going by the name of the Lumia 930, information about this upcoming smartphone has been floated up a few times now in the past month. Though the only reasonably certain thing we know about it is the fact that it is set to be one of the first handsets powered by Windows Phone 8.1.
And now famed leaker evleaks is here to provide us with an idea what the device might look like.
As the image above confirms, Nokia plans to release the Lumia 930 in a variety of colors, as is the case with most other Lumia handsets. Choices include black, green, orange and white, maybe even one or two other.
Then again there are voices that Nokia might not unveil the smartphone today, and instead only make it official at a special event set to take place on April 19.
Hardware specifications are also unconfirmed right now, but chances are that the Lumia 930 will sport a screen size of 5-inch (or higher) with a full HD resolution and a 20 megapixel camera on the back to allow for high-end imaging capabilities.
A quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor running at 2.3GHz is also rumored.
Microsoft’s BUILD 2014 conference is about to get underway in mere minutes now, and we should find out whether Nokia finally makes it new flagship official at the event.