Microsoft has replaced the Nokia branding from Lumia smartphones with its own brand, and now the company is teasing the first Lumia smartphone with Microsoft branding. The Microsoft-branded Lumia smartphone is set for a November 11 launch, and the company teased the phone on the company’s blog.
Microsoft posted on their blog, “Microsoft is delivering the power of everyday mobile technology to everyone. Come back on November 11, to find out more! #MoreLumia.” The post also reveals the top-right part of the smartphone.
However, the company has not provided much information about the smartphone, but it’s expected to feature the same specs which was listed on China’s Tenna website, an equivalent of the FCC.
The Tenaa listing shows an orange color smartphone with Microsoft branding, printed at the same position which was revealed in the image came at the time when the company confirmed it was dropping the Nokia name from its Lumia smartphones.
Some of the specs known from Tenaa listing includes a 5-inch qHD (540×960 pixels) display resolution, packs 1900mAh battery, and measures 140.2×72.4×9.3mm. We’ll be updating more about the smartphone, so stay tuned.