A few days ago we showed you guys some rumors about two new windows smartphones from Nokia the Lumia 630 and the Lumia 635 and said that they both will have dual sim slots and 3G connectivity, but looks like it was wrong.
A new screen shot revealing a Windows phone from Nokia codenamed Moneypenny was posted by evleaks showing the smartphone supporting 4G LTE connectivity.
According to the site, the picture was taken from Nokia Lumia 635 because Nokia is rumored to introduce two new smartphones and according to our last post they were going to have dual sim support but that is not the case here so we are assuming that, one handset will support dual sim slots while the other with a single sim slot and 4G LTE connectivity. Trend of dual sim recently started in the emerging markets and there is no doubt that they will get the Lumia 630 and as for Lumia 635 because of its 4G LTE connectivity it will be introduced in the developed markets that can support 4G LTE.
As far as the hardware on the smartphone is concerned Nokia might equip them with dual-core qualcomm Snapdragon as they are famous in the market and Windows phone do not require that much of processor power so a dual-core snapdragon processor will be more than enough. The smartphone might support 480 x 854 or 720 HD resolution, but windows smartphones don’t have the support for a resolution of 480 x 854 so we don’t know what’s it going to be or maybe Nokia might bring support for 480 x 854 resolution in their rumored Moneypenny Windows smartphones the Nokia Lumia 630 and 635, but these are all rumors and leaks nothing is confirmed yet as we have heard nothing from Nokia about these smartphones coming out anytime soon.
Looks like Nokia has a lot in stored for us for the year 2014 because a lot of leaks and rumors about Nokia have been appearing on the internet like the Normandy that is supposed to be an android smartphone by Nokia, but in any case we will update you guys as soon as something comes up.
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