Microsoft has released a new teaser for the Nokia Lumia 1520, the largest Windows Phone available to date. The video runs the viewer through the troubled life of the DVD, which is being replaced by cloud-hosted digital content and streaming. Towards the closing frames, it's shown how DVDs can be recycled as opposed to dumped, which brings us onto the Lumia 1520's recycled back cover. Not only that, but it's the bright green variant.
We had a quick play with the Lumia 1520 in green back at Build 2014, and as our Sam would put it: "Green Lumia 1520 is so green the Green Lantern would be jealous." It's rather green. Check out the video and let us know what you think of this latest teaser before we finally see the Windows Phone released in the highly anticipated color.
Who's stoked for the bright green Lumia 1520?
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