We saw last month, Microsoft has officially confirmed the rumors that from now they are dropping Nokia from their Lumia brand. It means from this announcement every Lumia would be branded as Microsoft Lumia. Now the latest news tells us the story that, Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s first mobile device has passed the certification from the Ministry of Industry. This new device model RM-1090, bears Microsoft’s own logo both front and back of the phone, which also represents the first Microsoft Lumia brand smartphone of this era.
Microsoft RM-1090: First Lumia with Microsoft’s own Logo Spotted
The model RM-1090 has passed FCC certification in the last month, support WCDMA and GSM network standard also support dual SIM dual standby, equipped with Windows operating system. The design is similar to the previous Nokia Lumia 530, on the back of the phone has a flash led, allegedly its resolution would be qHD 960 x 640.
Device name RM-1090 is unclear why they go with it. Microsoft Lumia One would be the more pleasing. The image also shows off an orange-hued handset – not unlikely, considering Microsoft’s propensity for bright, garish smartphone paintjobs.