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This is just turning into a Nokia-tastic day, isn't it? We've already seen various leaks that offered up Lumia 1520 spec details, images of the 1520 itself and several accessories, and now a render of another upcoming Lumia Windows Phone has made its way online.

Posted to Twitter by @evleaks, the device you see up above is said to be the Nokia Lumia 1320. That's the same model number that's previously been attached to a device codenamed "Batman." Details on this Lumia 1320 are still light, but we can see that it's got three columns of medium Live Tiles on its Start screen, suggesting that its running Windows Phone 8 Update 3 and has a large display. 

In addition to that big ol' screen, the Lumia 1320 is reportedly equipped with a 5-megapixel rear camera and VGA front-facing shooter. The device is expected to be closer to the entry-level side of Nokia's Lumia portfolio, and so even though most of the 1320's spec sheet is still a mystery for now, fans of high-end Windows Phone hardware may want to temper their excitement about what could be hiding beneath this Batman's mask.

UPDATE: @evleaks has followed up on the original Lumia 1320 leak with a second image that shows off the phone's backside. There's not much in the way of new information revealed, but the lack of any visible Zeiss or PureView branding seemingly backs up the rumors that the 1320 will be an entry-level type of Lumia. The image of the Lumia 1320's rear can be found below.

Via @evleaks (1), (2)


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