By Anton D. Nagy | September 17, 2013 3:48 AM
The Nokia Lumia 1520 will, if everything goes according to leaks, be the first Windows Phone-powered phablet, a device with a rather large screen that we’ve seen leaked, rumored, mentioned, etc. a lot in the past couple of weeks. Rumor had it that Nokia was supposed to launch this phone at a late-September New York event but on Sunday we’ve heard the first report claiming the event was delayed.
Now Reuters is chiming in on the matter, citing its own, anonymous sources close to the matter; according to said sources, the event has been postponed in light of the new developments that had Microsoft purchase Nokia’s devices division. At the moment there is no solid information on when this event will happen, and, apparently, Nokia declined to comment.