And so it begins -- a world in which all Lumia phones, once branded with the familiar Nokia logo, carry the mark of Microsoft instead. Microsoft has just teased that it will reveal a new handset on November 11th, laying to rest Nokia's hold over the Lumia once and for all.
Chinese regulators have already been a little loose-lipped over what the handset may offer, with word of a 5-inch qHD display, 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage touted. With only a 3G connection onboard it's looking to be at best a midranger then. Seems Microsoft is in no hurry to wow us all on the specs front with it's newly-minted range. [Conversations Blog]