T-Mobile has been the first carrier today to confirm that they will be offering the newly announced Nokia Lumia 530.
Styling the device as the successor the the Nokia Lumia 521, they said on their media site:
T-Mobile today confirmed that later this year, the new Lumia 530 will be available on the Un-carrier’s blazing fast, data strong network. This gives consumers the chance to try out the successor to the Lumia 521, one of T-Mobile’s best-selling Windows Phones ever – and take advantage of all the benefits of being an Un-carrier customer: no annual service contract, no overages, and international roaming in 120+ countries and destinations at no extra charge.
The Lumia 530, based on the new Windows Phone 8.1 operating system, offers customers great value at an entry level price point, plus a robust set of features including the new personal assistant Cortana – powered by Bing – and seamless out-of-box integration with Microsoft services such as OneDrive, Skype, and Office.
To learn more about the Windows Phone 8.1 experience and T-Mobile’s current Lumia offerings, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com /landing/windows-phones.html
The handset does not feature LTE but otherwise has:
- 4-inch, 854×480 resolution LCD display (246ppi)
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 200, 1.2GHz quad-core processor
- 5MP camera
- 4GB storage
- Expandable memory up to 128GB
- 512MB RAM
- 15GB free cloud storage
- 1420mAh battery