Thanks to Chinese regulators, we've already got a pretty good idea of what Microsoft's first Lumia will look like, but now the company is ready to start showing it off. Microsoft says it will reveal the low-budget handset on November 11th, likely confirming the 5-inch qHD display, 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and 3G-only connectivity we've seen approved in Asia. While the handset retains Nokia's familiar design, it will be the first to sport Microsoft's logo, which'll be located beneath the earpiece on the front and in a vertical stripe running down the back.
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