@evleaks is out with yet another unannounced phone's mug, claiming via Twitter that the device is the Lumia 1520, and that it's due in 2013.
The image shows the front and back of the yellow handset, and it looks much like its smaller 1020 sibling, though without a hulking 41MP camera.
What we do see is a very busy homescreen littered with tiles. It's widely believed that the Lumia 1520 will come rocking an update to Windows Phone 8 referred to as GDR3. This could be a peak at the refreshed OS (sort of) in action.
While there's not too much to gather from @evleaks' post as far as specs are concerned, it backs up the assertion that GDR3 is indeed destined for the Lumia 1520.
Known in full form as General Distribution Release 3, the Windows Phone 8 update could come rocking an autorotate screen, a basic feature found in most other phones.
More uniquely, the Lumia 1520 will likely sport a 1080p screen, a first for a Windows Phone. As you can see in the leak, the Lumia 1520 flashes two additional columns on its homescreen.
Do we really need more tiles? It's not like Windows Phone is exactly swimming in apps, but perhaps by the Lumia 1520's rumored Sept. 26 launch, Microsoft and Nokia will have more to brag about.