The Nokia Lumia 530 has been on our radar for the last couple of weeks. Surely it’s not the next Lumia flagship that many of us would dream about, but after the success of the Lumia 520 last year, it’s clear that a lot of people are looking forward to a well-priced and decent Windows Phone experience. If you’re holding off to see what the Lumia 530 is all about, new leaks show us everything we want to know about it.
Vietnamese web shop Mainguyen is famous for posting information on upcoming smartphones and getting the spec information right. On a new listing for the Lumia 530, we do see that the previous rumors on its specs were accurate. We’re expecting to see a minor bump in its 4-inch display to a 480 x 854 resolution in order to allow a 16:9 aspect ratio. Other specs mention a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor powering this device, and even though the storage is cut to just 4GB, you do get expandable storage, and the device does retain the same 512MB of RAM. You can also expect the device to include a 5MP camera capable of 720p video in addition to a 1430 mAh battery. The device is reportedly thicker than the Lumia 520 at 11.7mm, but that may be due to the dual-SIM functionality that we expect.
We still don’t have word on when this device will launch, but given the retail listings from Mainguyen, it could only be a matter of days.