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Nokia Lumia 930 picture leaks ahead of today’s expected unveiling

The Nokia Lumia 930 has been caught on camera hours before the flagship phone is expected to make its first formal unveiling during the Microsoft Build 2014 conference keynote.

With Microsoft’s annual conference widely tipped to see Nokia unveil a fleet of new Windows Phone smartphones, a rather official looking Nokia Lumia 930 picture has cropped up courtesy of the Twitter-based serial tech tipster @evleaks.

Although far from official, the leaked snap appears to be a legit press shot of the inbound Nokia Lumia 925 follow-on.

The teased image was accompanied by the simple message: “Nokia Lumia 930, 2014.”

While concrete specs of the handset are still shrouded in mystery, according to the image, in what has become typical Nokia fashion, the Nokia Lumia 930 will land in a selection of colours, including black, white, orange and green.

The subject of multiple recent leaks, the Nokia Lumia 930 will play host to a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a 4.5-inch 1080p, Full HD display.

With 16GB of internal storage, it has been claimed the Lumia 930 will benefit from a 2700mAh Lithium-Ion battery.

The Nokia Lumia 930 is expected to be announced alongside lower-end device as part of the first wave of Windows Phone 8.1 handsets.

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