standard Lumia 730 leaks, Shows Off a Lumia 1020 Body minus the Camera Hump and Button

Screen-Shot-2014-08-29-at-16.54.06-600x469 We’ve heard and seen a lot about the upcoming Lumia 730, but now we’ve finally got some clear detailed pictures of the device (alongside the Lumia 735 which is apparently the 4G dual sim variant). The device shows off a slim rectangular body with a flat top/bottom, very similar to the body of the Lumia 1020, minus of course the camera hump and the dedicated camera key on the side of the device. The Lumia 73 is supposed to be rocking a 5 MP front facing “selfie” camera, making it the highest front facing camera ever in a Nokia phone, the specs still aren’t clear on the screen and internals of th device, but it’s most likely rocking a 720p screen at either 4.5 or 4.75 inches. Screen-Shot-2014-08-29-at-16.53.43-600x311 What do you guys think of the phone? looks pretty sharp doesn’t it? Screen-Shot-2014-08-29-at-16.53.32-600x474 Via

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  • shrumpish

    There’s no camera button… :(

    • Avatar Roku

      Seems like camera button is now reserved for pureview phones only (830 and above).

  • TenementFunster

    Nokia really are uninspired with handset design lately.

    They can’t seem to get a handle on their devices weight and thickness either.

    Someone from their design staff needs to go pick up an HTC One or LG G3.

  • Lawrence J. Braganza

    Ali two doubts, if it looks like a unibody design the sim card and memory card slots are missing in the pic and also the on screen controls at the bottom is missing. what do you think?

    • Sim port is likely on the top, like the Lumia 920 and 930, maybe the Micro SD is there as well. The buttons are onscreen keys according to the rumor, but regardless these appear to be dummy devices (look at the time and the screens, they’re in perfect sync meaning it’s very unlikely they’re real devices).