Finally the Nokia phones are coming officially with Microsoft logo on its back panel.
Nokia had partnered Microsoft in 2011 to bring out the Lumia range of Smartphones, based on Windows Phone operating system (OS). Windows Phone is already the fastest-growing ecosystem in the Smartphone market and according to research firm IDC.
With the leaked images of a new Nokia handset without NOKIA logo , it was the first step where all Nokia Lumia series phones will now be known as ‘Microsoft Lumia’.
As reported by Robin Sinha of NDTV, the rear panel of the orange-coloured RM-1090 handset is seen with the Microsoft branding. The front panel features Microsoft branding on top of the display, alongside the front-facing camera.
The Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's devices and services division for more than $7.5 billion was completed in April. The Redmond based company will however keep the Nokia brand name for entry-level phones, such as the Nokia 130, under a license agreement between the companies.
The Windows Phone 8.1-based RM-1090 handset on Tenaa is listed to feature a 5-inch qHD (540x960 pixels) display resolution. It offers dual-SIM support with 3G connectivity, a 1900mAh battery, and measures 140.2x72.4x9.3mm.