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Lumia 532 will be name of RM-1032, earlier revealed Lumia 435 variant, reveals certification

Lumia 532Out of the five Lumia 435 variants, RM-1068, RM-1070, RM-1071, RM-1032, RM-1034 that were seen in  FCC certifications, RM-1032 and RM-1034 looked like a different series in themselves, if we only considered the variant numbers of the device. RM-1032 is Dual-Sim variant, while RM-1034 is Single-sim. So, we assumed them to be China-bound variants rumored to be Lumia 330 and at the same time we made it clear that we didn’t know whether Lumia 330 name is real or fake.

Now, it seems there will be no Lumia 330 and rather RM-1032 and RM-1034 may be called Lumia 532. This has been revealed in Brazilian certification, as RM-1032 is referred as Lumia 532. In markets like China, number 4 is considered unlucky, so Lumia 532 name seems quite logical.

FCC certification reveals that Lumia 532 and Lumia 435 are the same device variants and both will have Single-Sim and Dual-Sim flavours. There may be difference in support of network  bands though depending on the markets.

The device may get launched soon as the request confidentiality dates for exterior photos and manual is 30th January.

ConfidentialityLumia 532 Specifications:

With its variants already passing certification in Indonesia and at FCC in USA, the 4-inch Lumia device which may have hardware touch-buttons and comes with a 800 x 480 resolution display (confirmed), looks destined for a sooner release. The FCC report also reveals size specs of the device and it seems to have 118.1 x 64.7 mm size, which compares to Lumia 530 size specs of 119.7 x 62.3 mm.

4-inch, 800×480 resolution display

118.1 x 64.7 mm

Snapdragon 200 processor

5 MP rear-camera

FFC ( yet to be confirmed)

We caught it getting tested in India too and it seems that it may get priced lower than $79.

With Microsoft holding an event on 21st January to talk about Windows 10 consumer side and Windows Mobile 10, we can expect more than mere OS announcement.

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