If you've been clamoring for some powerful new Lumia device, feast your eyes on the first images of a prototype of Microsoft's upcoming flagship phone, courtesy of a (soon to be fired) leaker on the WPXAP forums.
New Lumia flagship phone leaked in new photos
The company is expected to launch a new Lumia 950 flagship and a Lumia 950 XL phablet later this year.
According to Engadget, Microsoft has focused more on delivering mid-range and low-end Lumia devices for the past few years, the few markets where Windows Phone has managed to find a foothold.
Based on current rumors however, the company is expected to launch a new Lumia 950 flagship and a Lumia 950 XL phablet later this year. The above image gives us our closest look yet at one of the new devices (there's some debate as to whether it's the 5.2-inch 950 or the 5.7-inch 950 XL), and, well, it looks just like a Lumia design, acording to the Engadget report.
The reports also states that like many prototypes, it's covered in a protective case, so the final version might end up looking a bit different. There's also a shot of a USB-C connector for charging, and, not surprisingly, it appears the phone carries one of Nokia's wonderful 20-megapixel PureView cameras.
According to Windows Central, the new flagship Lumias will be powered by Snapdragon 808 processors and will sport 3GB of RAM.
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