Microsoft’s two forthcoming Lumia phones are due to herald a new wave of Windows 10 mobile devices. But they’re not due to be officially unveiled until later this year.
However, it seems @evleaks has other ideas and has today revealed renders of two new devices that give us a pretty extensive idea of what to expect.
The larger phone, seen in cyan, is the so–called Cityman, a device that's been talked up among tech fans for months.
The smaller phone, dubbed the Talkman and seen here in black, has a 5.2–inch screen compared to the the 5.7–inch display on its larger stablemate.
Both phones are believed to come with 3GB RAM, quad HD display smarts and five megapixel cameras up front. 32GB storage will come as standard, while the Cityman will feature an octa-core processor, compared to six cores in the Talkman.
Additionally, both phones are mooted to come with Microsoft’s new Continuum feature, bringing desktop Windows smarts to mobile via a dedicated peripheral. USB-C is also expected to receive support.
An official unveiling could come in October.