A few weeks ago, Microsoft officially announced the rebranding of its smartphones and the resignation of Nokia Lumia, which will replace Microsoft Lumia. Already on Tuesday, November 11, the first smartphone model to be sold under the brand new name will be available for sale.
At the beginning of the week courtesy of the Chinese regulator TENAA we had the opportunity to see the first photos of the new phone, showing its front and rear, which shows that it will be slightly larger than the Lumia 530 in terms of size. The phone labeled RM-1090 will support two SIM cards and will be typically a budget product.
In its technical specifications we find a 5-inch touch screen resolution of 960 x 540 pixels, 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of usable memory. Internet connectivity will provide us with a 3G standard, so as you can see, it will not be a speed demon. Not also a front camera for video calling.