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Nokia Lumia 920 PureView and 808 PureView Leaked On Twitter

Nokia recently uploaded a teaser video for an event this coming September 5th. The video only showed a woman on a bicycle and the words “Things are about to change,” which leave most consumers in the dark about what Nokia is up to. However, Nokia had also announced that it is scheduled to have a press conference in partnership with Microsoft on that date, leading some to surmise that Nokia is getting ready to reveal some new Windows Phone 8 devices.

Now, a purported leak from a Twitter user called @evleaks gives users a possible preview of the surprises that Nokia is preparing. Said user uploaded what may be the photos of the new Lumia 920 PureView and Lumia 820 phones, two devices that come in bright colors like yellow, purple, blue, and red. This could help Nokia stand out from the many smartphones in less colorful tones that are on the market today.

The Lumia 920 PureView is believed to sport a screen measuring 4.5 inches, allowing it to be Nokia’s largest-ever smartphone. Moreover, the device will also be equipped with PureView optics, much like the one that Nokia used for the Nokia 808 PureView. This will enable users to take high-quality images from the smartphone’s camera. This device has appeared in leaks before, when the device was thought to be codenamed the Nokia Phi. This will run on Windows Phone 8 and could even be that operating system’s flagship phone. It is also speculated that the device features a unibody construction.

The other device, the Nokia 820, is purportedly codenamed Arrow. This device will have a slightly smaller display measuring 4.3 inches. Its alleged photo also shows the device bearing a Carl Zeiss camera and a unibody construction, as well.

It is hard to tell if the images are authentic or not. Leaks, after all, along with rumors, are best taken with a grain of salt. In any case, those interested in Nokia’s new products would only have to wait a few days to see what the Finnish company has in store for them.

via cellphones etc.

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