Slides from AdDuplex show three Lumias coming from Microsoft – the 4" RM-1099, the 5" Lumia 640 and the 5.7" Lumia 1330. The Lumia 640 and 1330 will be headed to AT&T in the US, but have plenty of other versions for a worldwide release.
Note that AdDuplex is an analytic firm that keeps a very close eye on the Windows Phone market and also what phones are upcoming.
The Microsoft Lumia 640 showed up in Brazil earlier. It's slated to cost $275 and will bring a 5" 720p screen, the standard Snapdragon 400 chipset with 1GB RAM, an 8.7MP main camera and 0.9MP selfie camera. It will have premium connectivity with optional dual-SIM, LTE and NFC.
The Microsoft Lumia 1330/1335 will have a 5.7" HD OLED display and a 13.1MP camera with Zeiss optics, plus a 5MP selfie shooter. It will have LTE-Advanced (Cat. 4, 150Mbps), but still the same Snapdragon 400 chipset – 32-bit, quad Cortex-A7 – with 1GB.
Very little is known about the RM-1099, aside from the 4" screen with the 480 x 800px resolution. It will have a dual-SIM option, but it's not clear where it will be positioned in relation to the Lumia 435.
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I'm still waiting for the high end wp. But maybe I will buy this too. Cos it got good spect. I don't mind wp still using 32 bit CPU. Cos even it is 32 bit, it kills android midrange phone that have 64 bit. Such a shame for android. Cos even with 64 b...