More renders of the Lumia 720 and Lumia 520 Windows Phones from Nokia have surfaced on Twitter. Both smartphones have yet to be announced by the company, but that hasn't halted @evleaks in publishing more renders. We previously looked at images shared by the Twitter account yesterday. We were impressed by how Nokia appears to be continuing down its current design path.
Check out a further render above of the Lumia 520 ("Zeal") in multiple colours. To recap on specifications, we're looking at a reported 4-inch super sensitive screen, 1Ghz dual-core processor, 512MB RAM, 8GB of storage, HSPA+, and a 5MP rear camera to boot. Not a bad feature set for another seemingly low-end Windows Phone.
Speaking of leaked renders, we've also got some more Lumia 720 colours to show off:
If you've somehow forgotten (or aren't sure about) what we're looking at for the Lumia 720 Windows Phone, it's reported the device will feature a 4.3-inch ClearBlack display, 1Ghz dual-core processor, 512MB RAM, 8GB of storage, HSPA+, micro-SD card expansion, and 6MP / 2MP rear / front camera combination. The device was recently spotted in AdDuplex data.
Not only have we been able to see new renders of both Windows Phones, MyNokiaBlog notes that such images may have been leaked 5 months prior, which were believed to resemble the Lumia 820. The likes of WPDang published some hands-on photos of a device that now looks like the Lumia 520.