It seems to be that many companies can't seem to keep the lid on their new products, and if these latest leaks are anything to go by, Nokia is set to announce a couple of new Lumia phones, the 820 and 920, as well as bringing over its massive PureView tech to Windows Phone 8 devices.
Renders provided by @EvLeaks show off the Lumia 820 and Lumia 920 in a multitude of different colours, whilst still retaining designs that echo the previous Lumia devices.
The 920 is apparently going to feature a 4.5-inch screen, and will be Nokia's biggest smartphone to date. What's even bigger news, is that the device will be carrying some beefy PureView optics on its (large) backside, which will enable it to deliver high res images just like its older cousin, the Nokia 808 PureView. This device is reportedly the 'Phi' we've spotted about before, but not much else is known apart from that. The Lumia 820, codenamed 'Arrow', is expected to be toting a 4.3-inch display, and will be boasting several bright colours if the renders are anything to go by.
Still, take these rumours with a pinch of salt, but as we're edging closer and closer to September 5th, it's anyone's guess if these are the devices that will be shown. But just remember, 'Things Are About To Change'. [@EvLeaks, The Verge via The Next Web]