When it comes to an upcoming handset like the Nokia Lumia 730, you know for sure that there is going to be plenty of speculation to go along with it. After all, this ‘selfie phone’ has already seen purported images of it leaked in the past, not to mention being teased along the way without divulging too much. Baidu, which happens to be China’s most popular search engine, does throw up results that tout the Nokia Lumia 730 to carry dimensions of 134.7mm x 68.5mm, sporting 4G LTE support, Qi Wireless charging capability, a microSD memory card slot, and a nano SIM slot.
Based on the FCC certificate of one of the device’s models (which would be the RM-1038), the Nokia Lumia 730 will also arrive with NFC capability, where it will operate on LTE band 7. In short, it will not be able to function when it is over in the U.S. since the major carriers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile do not happen to use of that particular band. This does not mean that the Lumia 730 will skip town in the U.S. though.
As for the remaining specifications, we are looking at a 4.7” display, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB RAM, a 6.7MP camera at the back, a 5MP front-facing shooter, and 8GB of internal memory.