Nokia Lumia 1520 leaks again, pictured alongside Treasure Tag accessory

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With less than two hours left before the Nokia World event, due to be held in Abu Dhabi, kicks off, a new render has revealed the much-leaked Nokia Lumia 1520 in Yellow, along with the rumoured Treasure Tag in a matching colour tagged to the keys. The latest render comes from @evleaks who posted the image on Twitter and tweets, “Nokia Lumia 1520 with Treasure Tag, 2013.”

The new render shows Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet with the alleged Treasure Tag app running on the device which reveals interface of the app that includes Sensors to find Keys, My Bag, My Box and My Bike. The leaked image of the expected Treasure Tag accessory seems authentic and also in-line with our earlier reports that claimed Nokia was working on a proximity sensor accessory with the same name for its Lumia phones which would allow users to track items through an app.

The rumoured accessory is said to stay ‘always on’ and it would come with a battery that will last six months. It is also likely that the alleged Treasure Tag will work with Bluetooth 4.0 and Bluetooth Low Energy standards.

The anticipated Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet has been rumoured to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, a 6-inch 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, and storage variants of 16 and 32GB.

Earlier this week, Nokia’s yet to be announced music accessory was leaked in a render, courtesy the popular phone tipster, @evleaks. The latest leak claimed to show a Nokia accessory, dubbed Nokia Guru, which appears to be a Bluetooth headset with NFC support, with the image showing NFC printed on the device.

On Tuesday i.e today within few minutes, Nokia is all set to unveil new Lumia devices such as the Lumia 1320, Lumia 1520 phablet and Lumia 2520 alongside some accessories.

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