Specs for the Nokia Lumia 1820 and Nokia Lumia 1525 have leaked online ahead of an official MWC unveiling.
Nokia could be making quite an impact at this year’s MWC if the latest leaked specs for its upcoming handsets turn out to be accurate.
Acccording to a brand new source named @NextLeaks, Nokia will launch the flagship Lumia 1820 and the Lumia 1525 phablet will be launched at the show.
Of course, this new tipster doesn’t have the proven track record of someone like @evleaks, but we really hope these specs are the real deal.
The Lumia 1820 will reportedly feature a 5.2-inch 2K 2048 x 1080p resolution display running on a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with 3GB of RAM.
It will be powered by a 3,400mAh battery, feature 32GB of internal storage and have a microSD card slot.
In the rear will be a Xenon flash and a Lytro-like camera that allows post-capture retouching from within the phone itself.
Apparently, it’ll be released in March 2014 and will have a similar design to the metal-bodied Nokia Lumia 925.
The information from @NextLeaks also suggests the Lumia 1525 phablet will have exactly the same hardware, including that super-speedy Snapdragon 805 processor.
However, it’ll come with a 6-inch 2K display that will feature solar panels within it to charge the 3,400mAh battery.
It will also feature a 25- or 30-megapixel rear camera, rather than the Lytro-style option of the 1820.
There’s no indication that the specs above are correct, but they do sound like the spec sheet dream.
MWC 2014 will run from February 24 – 27 and TrustedReviews will be there to bring you the official 1820 and 1525 details if they happen.
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Via: The Unwired