Microsoft announced the release of a new phone under the Lumia brand, but one that Nokia had nothing to do. The launch of the first Microsoft Lumia will be on November 11 at the Nokia Conversations site and apparently no event accompanying the phone.
The tech giant gets a little jealous in the publication and does not reveal details of the phone, but sources close to the launch site revealed The Verge that the phone will not be a high end, because Microsoft has chosen to launch a mid-range for all public.
Although a high-end phone is expected that Microsoft will show the name Lumia at its best, it seems that the company prefers to do more austere for their first device. The phone will have a 5-inch screen, 1GB RAM, 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor and 5 megapixel camera, according to The Verge.
The launch of Microsoft Lumia mark before and after the demise of Nokia as a brand on phones with Windows Phone. For weeks Microsoft has been making minor changes to their public images to show just as Microsoft Lumia phones brand their products, but on November 11 will be the first time that a phone under the same mark will appear in public.