The latest Lumia 1520 leak comes from Chinese forum Weibo's user who is supposedly a Windows Phone developer named @Wot_Guo. The image shows the rumoured Lumia 1520 in a close-up shot and apparently shows the device's Start screen complete with a number of Live Tiles.
The leaked image ostensibly reveals that the Lumia 1520 would offer extra columns and rows for apps, very much in-line with previous reports.
@Wot_Guo also reveals some of the specifications of the device that include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB ROM, support for microSD expansion.
The highlight of the alleged Lumia 1520 has been the 20-megapixel rear camera and a 6-inch full-HD display. The developer also suggests that the Finnish giant would unveil its next flagship in Abu Dhabi and will release the device on AT&T in early November.
Last week Nokia finally posted a teaser on Twitter for its October 22 event, where the company is expected to unveil the Lumia 1520.
The company posted a teaser on Twitter with images of two skiers trying their luck skiing on sand dunes. The image featured three hash tags, #blazing, #stories and #innovationreinvented and the message 'Save the date: 22 October 2013' along with the Nokia logo.
We have already seen a lot of leaked images of the alleged phablet device previously; the rumoured Nokia Lumia 1520 was leaked in high quality images and was compared with a Sony Xperia smartphone.
It had been reported earlier that Nokia delayed the launch of its large-screen phablet, originally planned for late September, following the deal to sell its handset business and license patents to Microsoft.