High-end Lumia rumor details pair of Windows 10 handsets. Talkman is tipped to be a 5.2-inch quad HD model with a hexa-core Snapdragon (so, an 808, presumably), 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage (with microSD expansion), a 20MP/5MP camera setup, and a 3000mAh removable battery.
Cityman, on the other hand, would be a 5.7-inch phablet, also with a quad HD screen. It would run on octa-core Snapdragon and step up to a 3300mAh battery, but the rest of its specs line up with Talkman’s. It’s possible that both phones could get a tri-tone LED flash for highly accurate color temperature matching. On the software side, the rumor mentions a Continuum-sounding feature that would allow users to transfer voice calls from their phones to their PC – maybe with some integration with Skype, we wonder?
It all sounds pretty good, with hardware seriously in excess of anything Windows Phone has seen to date. Does that make this too good to be true, or considering how long it’s been since a Lumia debuted with really cutting edge hardware components, are models like these two just overdue?