Since the acquisition completed, Microsoft and Nokia has been releasing tons and tons of entry-level devices, and there is no sign of it stopping. In the few weeks back, we’ve learned that Microsoft is completely re-branding Nokia to Microsoft Lumia. Well, today in China, we might just see the first Microsoft Lumia, under the Codename RM-1090.
While the RM strongly suggests that it’s a Nokia device. However, when you dived in the documents, yes, there is a Lumia device, but it is not a Nokia device. Yes, the picture includes the phone with the Microsoft branding on the front and the back where the Nokia logo would be. The source also reveals that this phone has a similar dimension of the Lumia 830. The handset might also feature a qHD display with the resolution of 960 x 540, with GSM and 3G connection. As of right now, the detail is still a bit foggy, so not much is known at the moment.
So, how do you feel about another mid-range device?
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