Nokia Lumia 1520 in red graces us with best quality render yet

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For a smartphone that’s still weeks away from being launched, we sure have had plenty of opportunities to check out Nokia’s Lumia 1520. So far, those have included both leaked renders, as well as pictures of the hardware in the flesh, and between those sources, they been revealing the handset in a number of color options. Early on, we got to look at a red 1520 running some in-development software, and now that model returns our way, this time showing up in a new render.

Notably, this image is of significantly higher quality than the yellow 1520 render that arrived last month, and looks more along the lines of what we’d expect for a render that’s ready to go public. Beyond this red option, we’ve also seen the phone in yellow and black, and though rumors have suggested that the phone will also be available in white, we’ve only had the briefest of glimpses at what might be that model, and only from the front – the so-called “white 1520” that leaked a couple weeks back is pretty clearly not, with its flash in the wrong place, lacking the 1520’s camera bulge, and is likely a Lumia 929.

October 22 is just two weeks from next Tuesday, when we hope to see the full range of Lumia 1520 color options go official, among all the other announcements waiting for us at Lumia’s press event.

Source: @evleaks (Twitter)

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