Recently, the successor of the Nokia Lumia 1320 (may or may not be called the Microsoft Lumia 1330) made an appearance at TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of the USA’s FCC. Now, two versions of the device have been approved by the FCC.
The two versions in question are the RM-1066 and the RM-1067. The RM-1066 is the single-SIM version of the Lumia 1330, while the RM-1067 is the dual-SIM version. The FCC listing also reveals that the upcoming Windows Phone phablet will support wireless charging via a CC-3090 Optional Wireless Charging back cover. It also reveals that a new BV-T4B battery will power the device.
According to previous reports, the Lumia 1330 is a huge improvement over its predecessor the Lumia 1320, specifically in the camera department. The 1320 sports a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera, while the 1330 sports a 14-megapixel PureView rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel selfie-centric front-facing camera.
So when do we get to see the Lumia 1330 make its debut? Word on the street is, Microsoft will lift the lid on the device at MWC 2015, which kicks off in early March in Barcelona, Spain.
Stay tuned here at Phones LTD for further updates.