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Nokia N1: 64 Bit quad-core processor, 8 MP rear camera & 5 MP FFC, 6.9 mm thickness

Full specs: Display 7.9 inch (4:3) 2048x1536 resolution Gorilla® glass 3 IPS panel with LED backlight Fully laminated zero air-gap display Chip Intel® 64-bit Atom™ Processor Z3580, 2.3 GHz Memory LPDDR3 (800 MHz), 2 GB Storage eMMC 5.0, 32 GB Graphics PowerVR G6430, 533 MHz Height 200.7mm Width 138.6 mm Depth 6.9 mm Body One-piece design Aluminum with surface anodization Weight 318 g Colors Natural Aluminum or Lava Gray Camera 8 MP rear-facing camera with autofocus 5 MP front-facing camera,

Lumia Phablet for AT&T on BSIG. To run on Snapdragon 800. Mid-range & low-end Lumias may run on Snapdragon 400, 200.

[embedit snippet="madsr"] A recent entry on Bluetooth SIG is for RM-940, which is the future AT&T bound Lumia revealed by "Adduplex data". This device has a resolution of 1080p confirming its status as to be the Nokia Phablet for AT&T. There are more variants of this RM-940 confirming its status as

Upcoming dual-sim Lumias may run on Snapdragon 200 and can go deeper than Lumia 520 in pricing!!

[embedit snippet="adversal-3"] Sometime back, Nokia's Jo harlow mentioned in an interview that Nokia is all but set to bring Dual-Sim Lumia in future. She though didn't mention which price-point these new dual-sim Lumias will belong. http://www.nokiapoweruser.com/2013/05/24/jo-harlow-16-lens-array-camera-dual-sim-capability-and-better-processors-coming-to-future-lumia-devices/ But, new Snapdragon 200 processors announcement has  actually given enough clue about how these dual-sim Lumias may shape

Jo Harlow: 16-lens Array Camera, Dual-Sim capability and better processors coming to future Lumia devices.

Nokia's executive vice president for smartphone business, Jo Harlow has almost confirmed in an interview that adoption of earlier reported 16-lens Array Camera technology from Pelican Imaging  in future Lumia smartphones is indeed being worked on by Nokia engineers. If you remember we reported two stories about, Nokia investing in Pelican imaging and then later Pelican

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