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Nokia flagship leaks we hope are true

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A recent leak that showed up from @nextleaks talks about Nokia’s 2014 flagship devices, the Lumia 1820 and the Lumia 1525.

The 1820 is supposed to have a 5.2″ 2K display, Snapdragon 805, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, and large 3400 mAh battery.

The 1525 is supposed to have a 6” 2K display, Snapdragon 805, 3 GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory, and 3400mAh battery.


If these rumors are true I might hold off on getting the Lumia Icon, these specs are ridiculous and packing a 2k display, but we know nokia they will probably only be on AT&T.  But stay tuned on future leaks we will keep you posted.

Edit: (kamal)

For those asking, we are not very sure of these two devices mentioned above, but we got tipped by our trusted sources about a Lumia 1020 replacement in works and scheduled for Q2 2014. That device may have,

Snapdragon 805 processor

2K resolution display

Next-gen Camera hardware  with 20-25 MP sensor

Also, the tip reveals that Microsoft’s Lumia strategy going forward may be about “no compromises on hardware capability” of future Lumias. So, Snapdragon 805 Lumias will come but not before Q2.

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Jeff Holloway
I am an information systems major. I am a big nokia fan and I am glad to be part of the Nokia power user team. I am also a big fan of fantasy football and fantasy hockey. Currently using a Lumia Icon. Have a nice read and feel free to share your feedback. @fantasyandfones
  • TS

    9/10 it is a fake.

  • Paul

    I still want that camera module of the Lumia 1020 combined with QSD800 or QSD805

  • apamau

    Sound interesting but not for users of 1020, i think…, more interested to know 1020 replacement model than anything else. We surely need an option for micro SD for 1020, as it’s my travelling camera, and for those refocus thingy, actually it’s really not that useful, as most of the time, it’s hard to share.

    • Kamal

      Hey, I just updated the article with info about a Lumia 1020 replacement in works.

  • Rass

    Sounds perfect, too perfect to be true.

    • I agree with you, and know I am not sure if I should wait on one of these or just grab that Lumia Icon when it decides to become available