It’s been a while since we learned that Microsoft is working on the successor to Lumia 1320. Called the Lumia 1330, the handset has been spotted on a benchmarking website with a smaller display, better camera and more storage. But if you were still not convinced that the handset in question is indeed the Lumia 1330, one more bit of evidence has surfaced on the web,
The Lumia 1330 handset, whose alleged image leaked a few days ago, has been spotted on the Indonesian certification website. The listing also reveals that the company is planning to launch the dual-SIM variant of the handset in the country.
From what we have heard so far, the Lumia 1330 sports a 5.7-inch display with 720p screen resolution. Underneath the handset sits a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, which is paired with an Adreno 305GPU, and 32GB of storage. The handset likely boasts 1GB of RAM. On the camera front, the Lumia 1330 comes with a 14-megapixel rear shooter and a 5-megapixel snapper upfront.
It needs to be pointed out that the handset could be called the Microsoft Lumia 1335, considering that the company has launched a few handsets in that range in the past couple of months.
With the CES tradeshow just one week away, we can’t help but address the possibility that the company may have plans to showcase the device at the event. But, considering the last two CES events, it seems unlikely that that it will have any official presence at Las Vegas next week. The Mobile World Congress, which is scheduled for early March, seems more likely, since last year Nokia had launched the Nokia X handsets at the same event.Further reading: Indonesia, Lumia 1330, Microsoft, Windows Phone 8.1