In the last month, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Lumia branding and now the Lumia RM-1090 that recently visited the FCC has been spotted at TENAA, the Chinese certification website. The leaked images do show the Microsoft logo above the screen and on the back cover as expected with no Nokia logo on it.
During the FCC visit of the device in October, we got a glimpse at the device’s specifications and now they have got confirmed. Well, the Lumia RM-1090 appears to arrive with a 5 inch display carrying a qHD resolution of 960×540 pixels and support dual SIM card slots. Based on Windows Phone 8.1 operating system, the device is claimed to boast of LED flash at its back, a 1,900 mAh battery and connectivity options as 3G with HSPA.
As of now, the other details regarding the Microsoft RM-1090 remain unknown, but it looks like this entry-level smartphone with dual SIM support will be Microsoft’s answer to the ultra affordable Android One lineup that was launched lately by Google. Consequently, Microsoft should be keeping the pricing of the device pretty low as its specifications suggest so.