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Lumia 1520 mini / 1520V screenshot reveals Snapdragon 800, Windows Phone 8.1.

Lumia-1520V-settings_thumbToday has certainly been a day full of leaks. Lumia 1520 mini aka Lumia 1520 Viisi image was leaked by a new leakster MiLeaks and now WPBar, the original blog which posted first Lumia 1520V images has striked back with screenshot from the device. The screenshot confirms Lumia 1520 Viisi name, 1280*768 resolution, Windows Phone 8.1 and also Snapdragon 800 processor (8974). So, that means it will run on same quad-core processor as the Lumia 1520.

So now this is what we know about this device,

It is named Lumia 1520 Viisi aka Lumia 1520V

WXGA (1280*768) resolution

Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor

Runs Windows Phone 8.1

Screen size of 4.45 inches

2370mah battery

Will come with 3 mid-size tiles

2GB of RAM,

32 Gig storage without expandable memory,

14 MP camera

Thanks Topeng for the tip. Cheers!!


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  • Sir5

    Viisi = 5 in finnish. So might it be 5″ 😉

  • JAM

    the weight and the size is key.. a quad core that is smaller and lighter than the 1020 is needed…. most people want a phone that is nice in the pocket and the had that is fast with a good camera… bigger is not better…. the future phone is not a phablet… its similar to the i5 but better and durable… not in need of protection… a small rugged phone, fast. friendly and furious.

    • Kamal

      More than 30% people buy phablets and at least next 30% buy devices with size more than 4-inches, so not most of buyers like iPhone size and even Apple is rumored to come with bigger screen devices next year. 5-inch size was always perfect, but Nokia always had reservation with going for big specs without reason. So, they launched 6-inch monster first with 1080p display, when they should have launched a 5-incher first.