AT&T Lumia 1520, Verizon Lumia 2520 color options clearly shown in image leaks

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| October 28, 2013

The Lumia 1520 and Lumia 2520 were two of the biggest stars of last week's Nokia World 2013 show, and following their official unveilings, AT&T came forward to announce they it plans to offer both devices in the U.S. and Verizon confirmed that it would launch the latter of the two. Now some images of AT&T's Lumia 1520 and Verizon's Lumia 2520 have leaked out to give prospective buyers a better idea of what they'll be getting in exchange for their hard-earned cash.

First up are some images shared by @evleaks that show black, red and white versions of AT&T's Lumia 1520. The device looks fairly similar to the international model shown off by Elop and Co. last week, but there does appear to be a couple of small branding differences between the two. AT&T's variant seems to have ditched the vertical "Nokia" branding that's present in the middle of the global model's backside while also gaining a small AT&T globe logo in the upper right corner of its front. The AT&T model has also gained some wireless charging contacts above its rear speaker.

The second batch of leaked images, which also comes to us courtesy of @evleaks, offers a clear glimpse of the black and red versions of Verizon's Lumia 2520. Once again, the Verizon-flavored variant shares most of its looks with the global model save for some Verizon 4G LTE branding on its backside.

There's not a ton of new information that's revealed in these two sets of leaked product renders, but it's nice to get a clear look at both AT&T's Lumia 1520 and Verizon's Lumia 2520 while we wait for the opportunity to snatch them from store shelves and view them in person. Exactly when we'll get the opportunity to do that is still up in the air. However, the rumor mill has suggested that AT&T could be planning to launch the Lumia 1520 as soon as early November, and Verizon has said that it'll release the Lumia 2520 sometime in Q4 2012. Until then, enjoy these shots of Nokia's newest hardware in all its polycarbonate glory.

Via @evleaks (1), (2)