We’re under two weeks away from learning all about what Nokia has in store for Windows Phone and Windows 8. On October 22nd, Nokia will announce a wide range of new devices in Abu Dhabi for both platforms. The two rumored devices that we're most excited about are the Lumia 1520 and 2520. The first is a “phablet” running Windows Phone 8 with a 1080p display, while the second is a tablet on Windows RT.
We haven’t seen a cyan device from Nokia in quite some time, but it looks like the tablet is going to bring it back.
On Twitter, evleaks shared an image of the upcoming Lumia 2520 (codename “Sirius”) tablet in cyan. It’s hard to tell much about the device in terms of dimensions or features from an image, but we at least know we’re getting one of our favorite colors back.
The Lumia 2520 is also expected to come out on Verizon for $499. Verizon is getting black and red, whether that’s both colors on one device or two different colors for two different devices isn’t certain at the moment. The Lumia 2520 will feature a 10.1 inch IPS screen running at 1080p. It will have a quad-core Qualcomm 8974 chipset to power Windows RT. We’re also expected the device to appear on AT&T and other international markets.
Which color would you want your Windows RT tablet from Nokia in? Sound off below.
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