Last week, we wrote about the potential successor to the popular Lumia 1020, and today, more photos of the Lumia 1030 McLaren found their way online. These appear to belong to the same batch of photos as the previous pictures, and according to rumours, it’s an upcoming Microsoft smartphone, and not Lumia 1020’s successor.
In the photos, the device seems to be fully working, and we have managed to get more info about it. Allegedly, the Lumia 1030 will come with a 1080p display, 32GB of built-in storage, 2GB of RAM, and a quad-core Snapdragon processor.
On the phone’s back is a Zeiss camera and the PureView module, and we’ve learned that the camera will sport dual-LED flash (and not the Xenon one like the 1020). Furthermore, the handset will come with 4G connectivity option, and another photos shows what appears to be a microSD slot and a microSIM slot.
Despite numerous photos, nothing’s been confirmed concerning the Lumia 1030. Until we hear more from Microsoft or another source, you should take these details and photos with a grain of salt.