Lumia 2520 render, news of color options leak

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It was just a couple hours ago that we were lamenting the dearth of opportunities we’ve had to get a good look at Nokia’s rumored Lumia 2520 tablet. We had that rear shot which didn’t show much of anything at all, a newer rear shot that may or may not reveal a kickstand, though so closely cropped-in as to obscure much of the device, and that old red render of uncertain provenance. Today we get what very well may be our first clear, crisp, clean glance at the 2520, with a press render of the tablet in cyan leaking.

Or first impression is that this largely matches that red render, allowing us to place slightly more faith in it – there’s that same arrangement of buttons in the upper-right we see here. That said, we can spot some small differences. That red image had two little slits on the bottom edge of the bezel – possibly for speakers? There doesn’t appear to be any corresponding feature here. We don’t get a good look at the sides here, so can’t confirm if what might be a SIM/microSD door on the bottom-left of that red render is similarly in place, though we can make out enough here to be certain that something is present in the same spot.

This leak arrives alongside the claim that the 2520 will be available not just in the red and cyan that we’ve seen, but also in black and white color options.

Source: @evleaks (Twitter) 1,2

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