The rumoured Nokia Lumia 530 has been leaked in a fresh set of new photographs ahead of launch.
The rumours surrounding the Lumia 530 have picked up pace of late, with the device spotted passing through the FCC earlier this month.
Now, we’ve got some images of the purported Nokia Lumia 520 successor, revealing some of its key features before Microsoft has a chance to officially announce the budget handset.
The two snaps come courtesy of Weibo user iokeyboy and give us a good look at the front and back of the device.
Design-wise, we’re not looking at this changing any of the key design traits of the Lumia family as this looks very similar to the Lumia 520 and other mid to low-end Lumia phones.
But there are some Windows Phone 8.1 design changes to be seen, mostly in the fact that the Lumia 530 has on-screen navigational buttons rather than the soft touch ones featured on other Lumia devices, including the recently released Nokia Lumia 930.
Like the Lumia 520 it looks like the 530 will lack a rear camera flash though.
Of course, there’s no indication from these pictures as to what specs the Lumia 530 will pack.
However previous leaks suggest that it will feature a 4.3-inch display running Windows Phone 8.1 on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor with 512MB of RAM.
The FCC listing did say it would come with a microSD card slot, removeable battery and measure up at 62.3 x 119.7mm.
There’s no word on when Nokia will launch the Lumia 530, but the frequency of the leaks suggest it might be in the coming months.
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