Lumia 930 & Lumia 1520 successors expected early Fall, 2015 with Windows 10


Lumia 930Those waiting for a Lumia Flagship announcement in near future are in for some disappointment, if report from our trusted sources needs to be taken into account. It seems, there are no Lumia Flagships worth their name planned  before early fall, 2015.

September / October will be really busy for Microsoft and Windows Phone, as Windows 10 may get RTMed and first devices running Windows (Phone) 10 may get launched. Two of these devices are tipped to be Lumia 930 and Lumia 1520 successors.

Lumia 930 successor may come with a 5-inch display and may run on Snapdragon 805 / 810 processor. It will have good flagship specs to boast off.

Lumia 1520 successor may or may not have a full 6-inch display and it will be comparable to Lumia 930 successor in specs department.

There will be other Lumia device launches before these two though in 2015 and at least two of them are expected to be unveiled at MWC 2015. One of them is a Lumia 1320 successor, which can come as Lumia 1330. We have seen some leaks of this device already. It was found in Adduplex database as RM-1062 and family and in a leaked image from China.

One low-end device which has been seen in certifications in Indonesia and USA may launch even sooner than MWC.

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  • Álvaro Luiz

    the lumia 640 XL is the 1330. and the lumia 940 XL will be the 1530. right?

  • Dan Danner

    Take the 1520, add 41+MP & Win10 = I’ll take 4.

  • jenglot

    “no 930 and 1520 successor”, they didnt say about no 1020 successor.. 😉

    • Kamal

      Yes, Lumia 1030 hope still lives 🙂

  • aa

    There is nothing to improve spec wise for the 930 atm, WP doesn’t require more of the hardware. But, it is bulky, the screen is a disaster and the camera is shit in low light.

  • Seems plausible, but EXTREMELY unfortunate. A phone maker cannot launch phones this way. Just cannot, this is NOT a viable business model for such company.

    Another rumor: In spring 2016, Microsoft will fire the remaining 1/2 of Nokia employees.

    • Kamal

      My reaction was not much different when I got this tip, but Microsoft had already cancelled the flagship “McLaren”, so the road-map for these two devices in fact are unchanged. I hope they surprise us with Lumia 1030.