Nokia posts teasers for October 22 event again, Lumia 1520 still expected

Nokia posts teasers for October 22 event again, Lumia 1520 still expected
After first teasing its October 22 special event last week, Nokia has now again teased its forthcoming announcement and confirmed the location of the event to be Nokia World, Abu Dhabi.

It has been rumoured for a while that the Finnish handset maker is gearing up to launch its next flagship, the Nokia Lumia 1520. However, the company seems to have decided to let loose a few more teasers for its upcoming event through Twitter, posting multiple tweets.

The first tweet reads, "At #Nokia, we believe in technology that brings people closer. Join us on October 22" and is accompanied by the #innovationreinvented along with #closer, #wayforward hashtags attached to the message.

While another tweet said, "At #Nokia, we believe in technology that makes us more human. Feel it all on October 22" and comes with #innovationreinvented, #inspired and #human hashtags.

The last tweet mentions, "At #Nokia, we believe in technology that grows in leaps and bounds. Discover more on October 22." The tweet is again accompanied by the #innovationreinvented, #future and #alwaysconnected hashtags that suggests that Nokia wants more people to talk about its upcoming smartphone. Unfortunately, the latest teasers have not included any details of the alleged Lumia 1520.

The rumoured Nokia Lumia 1520 has been at the forefront of Nokia leaks for few months now. Earlier, the alleged Lumia 1520 was spotted in close-up shot with Live Tiles and apparently showed the device's Start screen complete with a number of Live Tiles.

The Nokia Lumia 1520 has been rumoured to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, a nano-SIM and a microSD card slot. The highlight of the alleged Lumia 1520 has been the 20-megapixel rear camera and a 6-inch full-HD display.

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