The Lumia 930, expected to be the international variant of Verizon’s Lumia Icon, has appeared online for the first time.


Notorious leakster evleaks has posted a press image of the Lumia 930, revealing the color options the device would be available in upon launch.

Evleaks doesn’t list any specs, but the Lumia 930 should feature hardware similar to the Lumia Icon and take a place among Nokia’s Windows Phone lineup as a high-end handset with a standard screen size. Highlights would include a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 5-inch 1080p display, and a 20-megapixel PureView camera, and as seen in the leaked image, the phone will be available in multiple colors (including orange, a color previously unseen on the company’s high-end offerings.)

The Lumia 930 could accompany the Lumia 630 at Microsoft’s BUILD conference that’s set to kick off in a few hours, though rumors suggest Nokia might skip BUILD and make an official announcement on April 19th instead. It’s also unclear whether the Lumia 930 will run on Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box, though if it doesn’t, it should be among the first few devices to get the major update after launch.

Source: Twitter