New Lumia dual SIM and QHD Display revealed in FCC
Nokia has introduced a new product, New Lumia in the FCC. It is the RM-1090 an unannounced model shown in AdDuplex's logs in China and Taiwan. AdDuplex is a classified add posting site for mobile ad network particularly focusing on cross-promotion of operating system over the Windows Phone platform. This information corresponds with the FCC documents and further as disclosed AdDuplex information we believe the handset has QHD display with 540 x 960 pixels resolution. It is further highlighted in the FCC records that the device supports Dual SIM cards. It is a useful device carrying two SIM’s in it and providing more connectivity to the users.
It has been further discovered that the handset has the dimensions of 139.9mm x 71.1mm comparable to same size as Lumia 830 and it is quite a reasonable size that makes it manageable with one hand. It is further believed through reliable sources the handset will be equipped with 5 inches display. It has QHD resolution with pixel density of 220 ppi which is not very high and not very impressive. However this is what it is. Company has considered it wise to configure the handset like this.
The handset has the connectivity with GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900; HSUPA/WCDMA900 (Band 8) and HSUPA/WCDMA2100 (Band 1). The handset is energized with new model battery that is BL-L4A. As the knowledge has been gained about this handset all the indicators point towards its Asian origin and obviously it is Korea making Nokia.