A new phone model, the Nokia Flame, appears in T-Mobile roadmap, which comes equipped with Windows Phone 8 OS and LTE connectivity. The Nokia Flame first appeared last year in a report published by The Verge. Like the Huawei Ascend W1, the Nokia Flame will be a budget mode.
It will feature a 1GHz dual-core processor, 4” display, 512MB of RAM, 5Mp rear-facing camera, 4GB of onboard storage and microSD card slot. Nokia’s previous budget Windows Phone device was the Lumia 710, but users are mostly disappointed by the fact that the phone won’t get the Windows Phone 7.8 update.
The Windows Phone 8 OS will surely the phone’s most important feature, with Internet Explorer 10 web browser, seamless multitasking, improved file system, Room, Kids Corner, Data Sense, Wallet and NFC support. The Nokia Flame could be released in April and any interested buyer should keep up with any spark of information about the phone.