Lumia smartphones are known for their excellence on the back cover, and if the rumors are true, a new Lumia model could provide the same level of performance to the embedded camera on the front panel. The device has the same codename Superman, suggesting that its existence seems real. Now a new leak has suggested that the smartphone will soon be announced, and a version will be available in American mobile operator AT & T and Verizon.
The new smartphone could end up being a sequel to the Lumia 720, making the Lumia 730 the logical continuation, especially since the Lumia 530 was recently announced, and is officially known as the successor of the Lumia 520 since Microsoft acquired Nokia’s mobile division; we saw the Lumia 630 and Lumia 930, previously announced.
As NokiaPowerUser.com suggests, the media sources offer some details on possible specifications of Lumia 730. There are no firm details on the front camera is only qualified as a “superb camera dedicated to selfies” which could mean that it is part of the current trend to make available a 5-megapixel camera with a wide angle lens. Expect adjustments by Nokia on the software part, and maybe even an application dedicated to the selfies newly designed for this device.
In back, the rumor suggests that we should have a 8-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, and some performance improvements in low light. The screen is said Superman measure 5 inches and offer a 720p resolution, and the entire device must be powered by a Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor. Finally, the latest mobile operating system from Microsoft, Windows Phone 8.1 is almost certain to be installed.