Just recently, Microsoft’s new phone model number RM-1090 was spotted in the FCC. Apart from Dual-SIM, the phone sports a qHD display, WLAN, Bluetooth LE, and support for the following telecom frequencies: GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900; HSUPA/WCDMA900 (Band 8) and HSUPA/WCDMA2100 (Band 1).
Interestingly, the Lumia Icon, which was just retired by Verizon, could have found itself a replacement (No proof, but as a Verizon customer looking for a new phone, I can hope).
From the documentation we have also found that it has the dimensions 139.9mm x 71.1mm, resolution of 960 x 540 and a battery by the model number BL-L4A which would put it at around 5 inches.
RM-1090 almost sounds like a successor to the Lumia 1020, but can’t be sure. What do readers think about this mystery device?