With the release of the Microsoft Lumia 1330 or 1335, tech giant Microsoft attempts to secure sufficient amounts of revenue by targeting all segments of the smartphone industry. Thanks to the latest leak, we now know several technical specifications of the upcoming smartphone sporting Microsoft’s Mobile operating system. After making an appearance in China, one of the core details of the smartphone is that the smartphone will be sporting a phablet form factor or to be more specific, a 5.7 inch screen size that will be radiating a 720p display.

In addition, the Microsoft Lumia 1330 or 1335 will also be equipped with a rear 14.1 MP camera. Thanks to Zeiss optics incorporated in to the lens of the rear camera, the overall video and image capturing functionality of the device will be thoroughly augmented. While the 14.1 MP camera is impressive and sufficient for the middle segments of the smartphone market, a 5 MP front facing camera will allow selfie junkies to sate their appetite for group photographs.

More evidence that the Microsoft Lumia 1330 or 1335 will be targeted to lower segments of the smartphone market stems from the fact that the device will possess Qualcomm’s low cost Snapdragon 400 SoC, which will be running a quad-core Cortex A7 CPU. While the clock speed of the CPU has not been mentioned, we are confident that it will not exceed 1.2 GHz as the Cortex A7 CPU present in the Snapdragon 400 chipset in other models has not exceeded the aforementioned clock speed. Additionally, the speed of the processor will be aided by 1 GB of RAM, which might not be enough, but we have to keep reminding ourselves that it a mid-ranged device.

However, what is the biggest perk of owning a Microsoft Lumia 1330 or 1335? LTE-A Connectivity. With this specification, the device will become the first ever Windows Phone to possess wireless ultra-fast mobile network connectivity.