Nokia Lumia 920 Sequel Could Be A Flamer, No Really

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When the last roadmap was leaked by T-Mobile we all got to see what they were going to be releasing through April. Now a new roadmap has revealed what to expect over the next few weeks and even further and it seems that there is a new Windows device set to come out in late April, with the codename of Flame.

T-Mobile may be introducing the device on 24th April and the Flame name is not new as it has been linked with Nokia before. This was in September when a model was said to be a lower end Windows devices with a 4 inch display, 1GHz dual core Soc, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of memory and support for microSD and a camera of 5 megapixels.

The Flame was said to be coming out in early 2013, which means that the date for April is in line. If all holds true this could be the sequel to the Nokia Lumia 920, the company’s current flagship phone.

The Nokia Lumia 920 of course has one of the best screens and cameras on the market right now, however it falls behind the Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 in terms of popularity just like Windows Phone 8 falls behind iOS and Android.

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