Tmonews have got hold of a leaked T-Mobile US roadmap, detailing a release date for a "Nokia Flame 4G" smartphone. Name rings a bell? If not, don't worry as we've previously covered the mysterious handset, which is a low-end offering if our report is anything to go by. But don't let that get you down as this is a 4G Windows Phone, and not everyone wants (or requires) a high-end smartphone.
Should previously stated specifications hold out to be true, we'll be looking at a 4-inch screen, 512MB RAM, 1.0GHz dual-core processor, 5-megapixel camera, and 4GB of storage. As mentioned above, the "Flame" that we know already is to be a cheap and cheerful handset. That said, we're sure T-Mobile customers will be crying out for a super advance Windows Phone.
The roadmap states that the Nokia Flame is set to arrive on April 24th. There'll be more information nearer to the time.
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