Mysterious Microsoft McLaren Images Leaked, the device will be featured with 3D force Touch
Microsoft mysterious handset McLaren is also known as Lumia 1030 and the images of the device leaked again with new information.
The device was the part of rumors since last year and according to the leaked information the handset is the camera centric device and will be equipped with 50 MP PureView camera with the 4th generation of short-pulse LED flash. The rumors Microsoft McLaren is the sequel of Nokia Lumia 1020 which came with 41 MP rear camera with Xenon and LED flash.
The new images, which come from a Chinese Baidu account, show the prototype next to some older Windows Phones for comparison, including Nokia's Lumia 1020 suggest that the upcoming Microsoft Lumia 1030 aka McLaren is also featured with 3D Touch which allow the users to control the smartphone without touching the display. The 3D touch technology is not new and Apple already uses this Force Touch Display in iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Though this upcoming windows phone still not getting the official confirmation from the software giant Microsoft but the rumors said the device has 5 inches display with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution and the display is protected with Gorilla Glass 4. The device will run Windows 10 and has the power of Quad Core processor. It also has 2GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory which can be extend up to 128 GB via microSD card. As we mentioned above this will be the camera centric phone so the camera seems the most powerful part of this smartphone. It is expected that it has 50 MP rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics, optical image stabilization, auto/manual focus, dual-LED flash and 2MP front facing shooter. The device is energized with non-removable Li-lon battery.
Previously we heard that the device will make the public appearance in the third quarter of 2015 but the year going to end now and the handset still disappear so if the rumors become true we can expect to have the mobile phone somewhere in 2016 to be more specific in the 2nd quarter of 2016.