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Images of the Nokia Lumia 720 and Lumia 520 leak

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Images of the Nokia Lumia 720 and Lumia 520 leak
We knew these two devices were in the works. Earlier this month, we saw these two mid-range/entry-level devices make an appearance before telecom regulators in Indonesia.

Later that day, specifications about these two devices were revealed as well. The entry-level Lumia 520 will feature a 4-inch “super sensitive” screen, dual-core 1GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage, microSD support, a 5MP main camera and no front facing camera.

The Lumia 720 shares some visual queues with the Lumia 820. It is expected to have a 4.3-inch display, share the other known specs of the Lumia 520, but have a 6MP main camera and 2MP front facing camera. This is all conjecture though, so we will not be surprised if these specifications change.

What is not likely conjecture however, are these images. @evleaks has a fairly solid track record of showing the world a peak of “what’s to come.” The Lumia 720 looks very much like its 820 series cousin, though with a single LED flash and different speaker placement. The Lumia 520 looks a bit more lean and will certainly be a hit with its color selection for those that are looking for a low cost of entry to the world of smartphones.

With MWC just a few days away, we are looking forward to what Nokia brings to the table, there is word of a high-end Lumia 1000, these two mid-rangers, and possibly a fourth device as well. Nokia has a media event scheduled for the 25th so check in with us here as we bring you updates.

source: @evleaks (Twitter)


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