Microsoft Lumia flagship smartphone found on benchmarking site

microsoft lumia Windows 10 benchmarks leak

As we keep on interested to see Microsoft to present some official news about their first smartphones made for Windows 10 Mobile, the benchmarking site GFXBench probably has another posting for a alleged new Lumia smartphone with some top line hardware built inside.

The site has a posting for the smartphone, with the code name “Nokia RM-1106”. The posting demonstrates that it has a 5.2-inch display with a 1920×1080 pixels resolution. Anyhow, NokiaPowerUser reports that resolution is really a product of its full support for 2560×1440. It additionally records a “hexa core CPU” from Qualcomm, which may possibly the Snapdragon 808 processor

The posting additionally shows that the smartphone has 1.5GB of RAM and 27GB of storage capacity, yet again NPU states that the genuine numbers are 3GB and 32GB, respectively, because of GFXBench’s methods for monitoring hardware. At long last, it shows a 17MP camera, yet evidently that is a reference to a 20MP lens, as GFXBench records the information taking into account a 4:3 proportion.

We will take note of that online benchmark websites, for example, GFXBench are not generally a solid wellspring of data in terms of upcoming smartphones, as information uploaded to those sorts of websites can be untrue. As usual, this sort of story ought to be treated with a level of incredulity until Microsoft presents its official information.

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