Lumia 1335 is Spotted With LTE-A Connectivity in FCC documentation

Lumia 1335According to a newly published documentation, a new Lumia model is equipped with LTE-Advanced technology in the 2.5GHz band. This could be a good enough indication of when the phone will be headed. In the United States, the 2.5GHz band LTE-A network is operated by Sprint. However, the Lumia 1335 may not support the carrier’s existing EVDO/3G network as it is not listed in the documentation. So, there’s a possibility it will be available outside the United States. It appears that the Lumia 1335 is a variant of Lumia 1330; which is a mid-ranger model.

We would get 5.7-inch 720p display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor along with its faithful Adreno 305 GPU companion that will handle the graphics crunching. Other components are 16/32GB of internal storage and 512MB/1GB of RAM.

The 14Mp PureView camera will be the primary attraction of the phone and it is paired with a 5Mp wide-angle front-facing camera. It appears that the Lumia 1335 is simply a single-SIM version of Lumia 1330 with LTE-A data connectivity. No information on pricing, but single-SIM devices are typically more expensive, especially if we consider that the Lumia 1335 has LTE-A feature.

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