Nokia Lumia 530 spotted online in CamSpeed, confirms no flash and running WP 8.1

Sofica Speedcam is a service that measures camera performance, through software called "CamSpeed" and a couple of tweets posted by the company confirms lack of flash, which in all honesty is no surprise, if it's going to suceed the 520 series of low end devices.​

More interestingly, it also confirms that the as yet unannounced Lumia 530 will ship with Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box - which confirms earlier reports - in this case version 8.10.12324.0.

Not many details have leaked through the @evleaks account about this low end device, Nokia has yet to announce it, but it could be confirmed along with a range of other Windows Phone 8.1 devices at Build, which starts on April 2.

All in all it looks to be a very exciting Build this year, with Windows Phone 8.1 being announced and made available to developers, and of course the Spring Update for Windows 8.1.

The Lumia 530 is expected to ship in a range of colors. It's also likely to sport a 4-inch screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, along with 1GB of RAM and may be announced at a special Nokia event on April 19th.

Source: WMPoweruser | Image @evleaks

Note: This article has been updated to correct the version of the Lumia that was spotted, it's infact the 530, not the 630. Sorry! #megafail ​

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