More details about the purported Lumia 730 revealed, features 1GB of RAM and dual-SIM support

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Yesterday, some images of the upcoming Lumia 720 successor, codenamed Superman, popped up, giving us a glimpse of the design the handset will come with. Now, another report reveals more details about what the handset would bring to the table in terms of hardware. 

Previous rumored hinted the purported Lumia 730 would be a mid-range device, so don't get disappointed if the specifications aren't up to your expectations -- actually, it's not even mid-range, but entry-level in my opinion. According to this new report, the upcoming Lumia 730 will feature a 4.7-inch display boasting a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, with the processing power coming from a quad-core processor of unknown clock speed. There's a chance we may get to see the Snapdragon 400 chipset make its way to the handset, but it's all speculation.

There's 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, with a microSD card of up to 128GB. On the front, there's a 5MP camera aimed to cater the needs of selfie fans. Other rumored features includes a 6.1MP rear camera for photos and videos, dual-SIM support and runs Windows Phone 8.1 Debian Red update.

Well, if these are the real specifications, the device isn't a big upgrade, even from the recently announced Lumia 630, which features a similar set of specifications -- except the camera and the software. 

There's no official word about the existence of the alleged Nokia Superman so a grain of salt is recommended to digest this rumor. Microsoft is rumored to launch the device in the coming months, we'll update you as soon as anything else comes to light about the alleged device.

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