There are a number of interesting upcoming Windows phones for 2015, and with new branding for the Lumia smartphones, we’ll expect Microsoft to do whatever it takes to keep Nokia fans pleased.
And so, in a recent report, the Redmond giant is allegedly working on the new Lumia 1030 already. In case you are not familiar with it, it is tipped to be the successor of the highly successful and critically-aclaimed Nokia Lumia 1020 which was launched last year. The device boasts a 41MP PureView shooter which is still unprecedented as the top cameraphone in the land even up to this day. However, the bulge at the back is what destroyed the Lumia 1020’s design, and some owners reported often find it difficult to hold the smartphone with that bulge at the upper portion. In Microsoft’s attempt to re-invent the Lumia brand, it will surely get some ideas from the former model, including the 41MP shooter.
But of course, there should be some major improvements, otherwise it will simply not sell. Some alleged specs include a 5-inch QHD (2560, x 1440) resolution, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 805 chipset.
The should also be enough storage memory to store all those high quality images and videos. We’ll bring you more details about the rumored Lumia 1030 in the coming weeks.