After passing through the FCC last month, the RM-1090 has now broken cover at China's TENAA. Considered to be the first device to sport Microsoft's branding, the RM-1090 is rumored to be a mid-range device that offers dual-SIM connectivity.
The FCC filing from last month revealed that the RM-1090 would feature similar dimensions as that of the Lumia 830. Other rumored specs include a qHD resolution of 960 x 540, as well as GSM and 3G with HSPA connectivity. There isn't much else we know about the device, although the photos do suggest that the device sports a similar design as the Lumia 530.
What kind of hardware would you guys like to see in the RM-1090?
A retail listing for the Surface Pro 8 has appeared online, and we believe the listed specs could be accurate. Either way, Microsoft's reveal event for new Surfaces kicks off this Wednesday, and we'll find out the truth then.
New FCC documents released on Friday, September 17, reveal some further information about Microsoft’s forthcoming Surface Duo 2 Android smartphone. The documents confirm 5G, NFC, Wi-Fi 6 and mentions “Wireless Power Transfer.” While it could be Qi wireless charging, there could be a more likely answer about what that is referring to.