With its keynote presentation set to begin at 3.30pm later today, leaked press shots of two new Nokia Lumia phones have emerged. The first round of leaks came last Saturday, via @evleaks on Twitter, who has proven to be accurate in its leaks in many occasions. The second set of images were tweeted just hours ago, displaying what will officially be known as the Lumia 520 and 720, the successors to last year’s Lumia 510 and 710 respectively.
There were no details on what hardware will power the two smartphones, although we shall find out about it in a few hours. One thing that should be mentioned, though, is the probable inclusion of Carl Zeiss lens on the Lumia 720′s camera – which is a significant addition, given that Zeiss lens are usually reserved for the higher-end Nokia smartphones.
Head on after the break for more leaked photos of the Lumia 720 and 520.
(Source: @evleaks (Twitter))
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