Nokia launched the Lumia 1020 last year, and the smartphone with the huge camera at the back was lapped up by photography enthusiasts. More than a year later however there is has been no word about a successor — that is until now. Also Read - Microsoft Xbox gaming app coming to your smart TV next year
A few leaked photos of a device codenamed “Nokia RM-1052” have appeared on a Chinese auction website. The device in the photos look quite similar to last year’s Lumia 1020, and is said to feature a 5-inch 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, and run on Windows Phone 8.1. Also similar to last year’s flagship device, the back is dominated by a huge camera module. As for the build, the smartphone seems to be made up of aluminum, with a strip of plastic at the bottom. Also Read - Tesla chief Elon Musk is now 2nd richest in world, surpasses Microsoft's Bill Gates
While it could be an elaborate fake, according to Tom Warren from The Verge, this could very well be the rumored Nokia McLaren, which was supposed to boast “3D Touch technology.” The company is however said to have cancelled its plans for the phone earlier this year. Also Read - Microsoft partners with LG for Xbox Series X promotion
While it is good to spot a successor for the Lumia 1020 online, as with all rumors we will ask you to take it with the proverbial pinch of salt. More photos of the smartphone follow.
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