Microsoft seems to be focusing on the low-end mobile market these days, but the company may have a high-end flagship device in its pipeline as well. The first specs for an upcoming Lumia 940 leaked out on Monday, revealing a Windows 10 device with cutting edge hardware.
Based on a specs sheet obtained by PhoneArena, the Lumia 940 will come equipped with a 5-inch 1920 x 1080p display with next-gen Gorilla Glass 4. It should also pack a Snapdragon 805 processor, an impressive 24-megapixel PureView camera, NFC, 3GB of RAM and 32/64/128GB of storage. The device is listed as running Windows 10, which won’t officially launch until late next year. It’s also a full millimeter thinner than the Lumia 930 announced back in April.
At the same time it looks like Microsoft is also working on a new Windows phablet, possibly called the Lumia 1330, after the device showed up in a recent leaked photo next to the Lumia 1520. The new phone could be an upgraded version of last year’s Lumia 1320, offering mid-range specs at a budget-friendly cost.
Clearly Microsoft has a few different phones in development, though it could be a while before the first Windows 10 devices get an official launch. In the meantime we’ll be covering the company’s next smartphone unveiling, which is actually set for tomorrow. Stay tuned!