Windows 10-powered Lumia 750 spotted on AdDuplex data

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Microsoft has scheduled an event on October 6th where the company is expected to take the wraps off a number of new devices alongside the new Windows 10 Mobile operating system, a new Surface Pro 4 and the Microsoft Band. It’s not just the high-end flagships which we’re anticipating, rumors hint that Microsoft will also take the wraps off a few mid-range devices, and one of them could be the alleged Lumia 750.
AdDuplex’s head Alan Mendelevich recently posted a teaser about the company’s upcoming data. In the recent data collected by AdDuplex, they spotted a mid-range device with a model number RM-115 which appears to be the Lumia 750.

In addition, the teaser also revealed some of the internals of the upcoming handset, which is said to come with a 5-inch display boasting a resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels, and will ship with Windows 10 Mobile as its operating system out of the box.
There’s no information about more specifications, but it seems we’ll see a handful of new devices next month. Stay tuned to WinBeta as we’ll make sure you get every bit of the October 6th event as it happens.