Earlier this year in November codenames of a handful of Nokia devices were leaked. It was rumored that the company was working on all of those devices and that it is expected to release those devices over the next couple of months, presumably before the acquisition of its devices and services business by Microsoft closes. One such device is believed to have the “Moneypenny” codename. A purported screenshot of this device reveals that it might have 4G LTE support and a minimum of 1GB RAM.

One can clearly see the 4G logo in this screenshot, which would serve as an indicator that the Lumia 635 is able to connect to LTE networks. Given that a tile for the Asphalt 8 game is seen in the screenshot, it is likely that the 635 will have 1GB of RAM due to the fact that this game hasn’t been optimized for WP devices with 512MB RAM as yet. Recently another screenshot of the rumored Moneypenny Lumia device was leaked, it showed off dual-SIM support. Nokia hasn’t confirmed anything about this devices as yet. Both of these screenshots were leaked on Twitter by serial leaker @evleaks, who has a solid track record when it comes to leaking information about unreleased devices.

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  • 854x480
  • 218 PPI
5 MP
  • f/ Aperture
1830 mAh
    0.5GB RAM
    • Snapdragon 400
    • MicroSD
    ~$124 - Amazon
    134 g
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    Storage (GB)
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