The Verge got its hands on an album's worth of photos of the thing, with the Lumia 1520 seemingly boasting a 6-inch screen capable of 1080p Full HD playback.
The tipster responsible also reckons the handset will come with 2GB of RAM, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 32GB of on-board memory and an SD slot to expand that out.
Peering at the photos reveals that traditional Nokia Lumia rounded-corner styling, an array of buttons on the edges of the handset, a front-facing camera of indeterminate megapixellage and a slightly protruding rear-facing PureView snapper too.
That camera isn't expected to be quite as heavy on the megapixels as the Nokia Lumia 1020's 41MP sensor.
We've heard tell of the Lumia 1520 before too: the upcoming device was codenamed Nokia Bandit until scourge of mobile phone secret keepers @evleaks let slip that "Nokia Bandit = Lumia 1520" on Twitter.
No official word on when the Lumia 1520 will officially become official, but you might want to keep an eye on September 26.
- How will the Lumia 1520 measure up to the snap-happy 1020? Prime yourself with the Lumia 1020 review