Microsoft Lumia 1030 front panel images leaked, complete with Microsoft and Verizon logos

02 Jul

Where within the world is that the Microsoft Lumia 1030? we have seen traces of it in Rumorsville. We’ve had Microsoft all out deny it’s working on a successor to 2013’s Nokia Lumia 1020. it is a spotty data that we’ve got here, no doubt, however if leak source “NoWhereElse” is to be sure, the Microsoft Lumia 1030 exists indeed!

Microsoft Lumia 1030 front panel leaked 1

The French web site printed two photos of the handset’s front panel, claiming that they’re fully legitimate, and that they additionally happen to be wealthy in revealing detail. For starters, the front panel clearly has Microsoft Lumia 1030 written on in black sharpie. Moreover, there is a faintly visible Microsoft brand positioned within the higher left corner, that is joined by another faintly visible brand – that folks carrier Verizon – to the higher right. there is a close-up of the 2 logos obtainable within the gallery, just in case you fail to create out their look.

Now, these photos non-ambiguously reported that, following Nokia’s smartphone business acquisition, Microsoft has worked on, or has kept functioning on a big-screen Microsoft Lumia 1030 smartphone that was/is heading to Verizon. So, though the existence of a Microsoft Lumia 1030 at some purpose in time may be thought of proven, it does not precisely mean that the long-in-the-making smartphone can truly grace Windows fans anytime shortly.

But there is forever hope, fuelled by the Sep release of Windows 10 Mobile. The Microsoft Lumia 1030 might became its launch pad. Or it couldn’t show up at all. we tend to shall wait, and that we shall see!

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