More Photos of Nokia Lumia 1520 Popped-Up


After the groundbreaking announcement of acquisition, Nokia seems near to perfection as leaked photos of their newest flagship popped up on web. We been teased for what the GDR3 Update for Windows Phone looks like and we noticed the Live Tiles has a bit differ from the previous one– it’s now can accommodate bigger screens that can be customize up to 3 columns of medium-sized tiles(6 columns with the smallest). And then there are some changes brought by the next update for some apps. After that, the master of all leaks, EVLeaks posted on their twitter account a photo showing the full glory of the Nokia Lumia 1520.


The yellow polycarbonate body of the 1520 is appeared together with its 6-inches full HD display. The back of the Lumia 1520 can make impressions that it is the Lumia 925–the arrangement of the big camera sensor and flash are similar to the aluminum-bodied Lumia 925. But the honorable here is the 20-megapixels camera that much ahead to the other Lumias, (only exception is the Lumia 1020) and likely to compete with the 20mp G-sensor of the Xperia Z1 from Sony.

It seems Nokia Lumia 1520 is going to launch any time soon. But as for today, new photos of the device was supplied by a Verge reader named KaZ. He showed-off the images of a black Lumia 1520 lying together with Sony’s Xperia Z. The screen display is detailed thanks to the Full HD resolution. Screen is humongous at 6-inches while at the back is the queen 20megapixels camera with dual-LED flash is resting. Inside the pack a quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU empowering the device and being partnered with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage expandable via microSD card.

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Source: The Verge


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