Over the past few months, the existence of the expected Lumia 1320 successor has slowly yet surely been gaining traction. A few days ago, we caught a glimpse of its specifications captured via the popular GFXBench benchmarking app that keeps a record of device specs.
We know now that it roughly includes a 5.7” 720p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU, an Adreno 305 GPU, 32GB of storage, a 14MP rear shooter paired with a 5MP front facing camera and likely 1GB of RAM. So we somewhat know the specs, but we’re yet to see what the device actually looks like in detail apart from what you see in the lead image above.
Now a new image of what is supposedly the Lumia 1330 has leaked that shows us what the back of the device looks like, sans the back cover. From the images, it appears that the device will house a rather large (removable?) battery. It also implies that the device will retain the interchangeable nature of the back cover from its predecessor.
The Lumia 1330 will presumably launch during Microsoft’s Mobile World Congress keynote in March next year. More on this as it develops.