The upcoming Microsoft Lumia 1330 phablet has been leaked yet again. This time we get to see the back cover of the phablet, which shows off the Microsoft logo and the Zeiss branding for the camera lens. Also included is an image of the back cover with a Lumia 535 placed inside for a size comparison.
The leaked image come from Baidu and give us your first look at the design of the phablet. The Zeiss branding on the camera lens confirms that the phablet’s 14MP rear camera will indeed come with a Carl Zeiss Lens. There is also a visible camera bulge that can be seen on the image, similar to the Lumia 830. This is probably due to the lens assembly and not the camera sensor size as the Lumia 1330 is expected to feature a 1/3” or smaller sized camera sensor. The size comparison with the Lumia 535 shows that the phablet could boast a high screen-to-body ratio, making it relatively easy to hold despite its 5.7” display size.
The leaked picture of the back cover does fit in with the earlier leaked image of the interior of the device that showed a removable battery. With fresh leaks on the device coming in every other day, it looks like the official announcement may be drawing closer. The RM-1062 variant of the phablet was spotted on the FCC website recently and could be marketed as the Lumia 1335 in the US market with LTE-Advanced connectivity along with CA (Carrier Aggregation). This bit is a bit confusing as the Snapdragon 400 chipset doesn’t come with LTE-A support, only the newer 64-bit Snapdragon chip lineup includes support for LTE-A with Carrier Aggregation.
Based on the earlier benchmark leak, the Lumia 1330 is expected to arrive with a 5.7” 720p HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, 512MB RAM, 32GB onboard memory, 14MP rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 5MP front-facing camera, and dual-SIM support for select markets.