Nokia Lumia 720 and 520 pictured. This is Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 future

With only a few days before MWC 2013 debuts in Barcelona, two unannounced Nokia Windows Phone 8 devices have leaked. The handsets are the Nokia Lumia 720 and Lumia 520 – it’s not the first time we’re hearing about them.

Naturally, the 720 and 520 will come as successors to the Lumia 710 and Lumia 510 (which run Windows Phone 7.x, and won’t be updated to WP8).

There is no word on the specs of these new Lumias, but we can clearly see they are both very colorful. Nokia seems to really like this kind of design, and it’s been using it ever since it made the Lumia 800 and the MeeGo-based N9.

Anyway, here’s the Lumia 720 (via @evleaks):

Nokia Lumia 720 WP8 leaked

And here is the Lumia 520 (also via @evleaks):

Nokia Lumia 520 WP8 leaked

It’s not clear if the 520 is that rumored ultra-cheap WP8 handset that Nokia is supposed to unveil at MWC. But we will probably find out if that’s the case early next week.

Needless to say, the 720 and 520 aren’t the only new Nokia WP devices that will debut soon. The Finnish company is also preparing a successor to the Lumia 920 – which could be called Nokia Lumia 1000, coming with a 41MP PureView camera and other high-end features. We’ll bring more on this as soon as new details arrive.

Author: Florin

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  • Mitch

    I’ve got the 7.8 900 and the Win8 920. I really like this 520. It looks pretty thin. This should sell very well if its priced in the $200 range. I see Nokia got the Mall of America employee account and some of the Coke employees today, good for them. These are great phones. Since the 620 runs Win 8 then I would expect the 720 running Win8 and perhaps the 520. The 620 even has nfc, rich recording and great pictures.

  • bibleverse1

    Nokia needs to make sure the 520 is available all over the world @ 179.99

  • newyorkcitymale

    These budget phones are Nokia’s path back to relevance (and market share). The high-end models (900s-1000s) are aimed at the iPhone & Samsung Galaxy models in developed markets (like North America & Europe), and then these lower-end phones are their answer to the “army of (cheap) Android phones” that are taking over the rest of the world.
    We’ll have a good idea in about a year or so whether Nokia’s strategy is paying off, both for Nokia & also for Windows Phone.

  • newyorkcitymale

    I think these new models are better looking than some of the other “budget” Nokia/Windows Phones of the past. These actually look rather sleek. Personally, I thought the 710 looked kind of “dated” when it launched.

  • ashimaarora

    Its very good Idea for making the Picture of Nokia Lumia.It has Lots of good feature But I want to Purchase it Nokia Lumia.