Nokia Lumia 1520 Mini New Pictures, Specs Leaked: Rumors Point to MWC 2014 Launch

    By Anuj

    Nokia as an organization is still struggling, going by its fourth quarter results. However, it seems that the company is quite positive about it's growth and to gain momentum in the future the Finnish phone maker is leaving no stone unturned.

    As MWC 2014, new rumors about the company's upcoming handsets are swiping spotlights of the tech world. We're talking about the much hyped Lumia 1520 V, the mini version of its phablet, the Nokia Lumia 1520.


    A lot has been said and reported about Nokia's take on high-end miniature phones. The last big-ticket mini handset, Sony Xperia Z1 Compact, was launched with much fanfare at CES 2014. Taking cues from Sony's page, the Finnish giant Nokia is expected to announce a 4.45-inch 720 HD display Windows Phone 8.1-powered phone in the coming months to come.

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    Nokia Lumia 1520 Mini New Pictures, Specs Leaked

    The latest leaked image shows off a mini version of Lumia 1520 against its older brother. Codenamed Lumia 1520 V, the miniature high-end handset appears to a compact version of original Lumia 1520, which was launched last year at Nokia World.

    Further, rumor has it that, yet-to-be announced Nokia Lumia 1520 V would have a 4.45-inch 720p HD display, instead of 1080p Full HD screen. Earlier multiple-reports had informed that the phone might pack a 4.3-inch display having a resolution of 1,920 x 1080 pixels.

    Moreover, other features of the said device include a 14-megapixel camera and a 2,370mAh battery. Latest buzz claim that the phone is all set to be announced in April this year. Since Nokia has already started sending invites for Mobile World Congress (MWC) tech show; we could see the unveiling of Lumia 1520 V in Barcelona next month. Stay tuned to GizBot!

    Source- Weibo 


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