Earlier today Microsoft announced their latest Windows Phone smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 530, and now U.S. mobile carrier T-Mobile has announced that they will be offering the device on their network.
The Nokia Lumia 530 is a Windows Phone 8.1 device, the handset is designed to be a budget device, and it comes with a 4 inch display that has a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels.
T-Mobile today confirmed that later this year, the new Lumia 530 will be available on the Un-carrier’s blazing fast, data strong network. This gives consumers the chance to try out the successor to the Lumia 521, one of T-Mobile’s best-selling Windows Phones ever – and take advantage of all the benefits of being an Un-carrier customer: no annual service contract, no overages, and international roaming in 120+ countries and destinations at no extra charge.
Other specifications on the new Lumia 530 include a quad core Snapdragon 200 processor with a clock speed of 1.2GHz, plus 512MB of RAM and 4GB of built in storage.
There is also a microSD card slot that offers support for 128GB cards and the device also comes with 15GB of online cloud storage from Microsoft.
The Lumia 530 features a 5 megapixel rear camera, there is no front facing camera on the device, it will launch around the world in August, and will retail for around €100 without a contract, as yet there are no details on how much the device will cost on T-Mobile.
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