DerreLeaks: New Lumia 1525 Allegedly Coming to T-MobileUS; 2520 Also On The Way



Great news for Lumia fans on T-Mobile! For those of you who have been waiting for the Lumia 1520 (above) to make its way to the Magenta carrier, your waiting just might pay off with a new leaked information pointing to its arrival in the form of the Lumia 1525.

This comes from the one and only @evleaks himself, and if his information holds (which it usually does), than it would make sense for us to see a variant with this model number. After the Lumia 920 was released as the flagship for AT&T, Nokia later released the slimmer-bodied, metal-rimmed Lumia 925 which offered a slight upgrade from its predecessor such as a new slim design and a 6-lens camera. If Nokia is pulling a similar move here, we can expect the same 6″ phablet, possibly with a slight design upgrade (metal rim?) and otherwise similar hardware. Unfortunately no information has been given, nor do we have any photos, but with the 925 having answered many of the issues consumers had with the bulky and heavy 920 (the 925 is currently the thinnest Lumia on the market), this 1525 could do the same, possibly with the inclusion of a stylus?

Brscrb5IgAEkyMRAnd to kill two birds with one stone, yesterday we caught wind of a leaked screenshot of what appears to be the Lumia 2520  arriving on T-Mobile. This would bring it to 3 of the 4 major US carriers, which will hopefully help the Windows RT-touting tablet to garner more sales. Seems as though the Uncarrier is getting a lot of attention from Nokia lately, which is nice to see for me as a long-time T-Mobile customer and longer-time Nokia fan.

Let us know, are you interested in picking up a Lumia phablet or tablet form T-MobileUS?

Lenny Bonsignore
Lenny Bonsignore
Lenny Bonsignore @LennyBons34 is Owner/Editor- in -Chief of OneTechStop, Sports fan, Tech guy, & Mailman by Day [email protected]

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