The image, provided by evleaks, shows a design and polycarbonate body very similar to that of the Lumia 928.
If an Aug. 19 report from The Verge is right, the 1520, set to become the first 5"+ Windows Phone device, will have a 6" 1080p display, a 20MP or greater camera, and a quad-core Qualcomm CPU.
Nokia (NOK) will reportedly launch the phablet at the end of September. But like the rest of the Lumia line, it'll eventually become become Microsoft's (MSFT) responsibility (provided shareholders and regulators approve).
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 3 earlier this week.
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