Leaked image of Nokia Lumia 930 appears on Twitter

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A rendered image of what is described as the Nokia Lumia 930 has been posted to Twitter by @evleaks. The handset, which is understood to be the international version of the recently released, Verizon exclusive, Lumia Icon, is shown to be available in a greater range of colours (green, orange, black and white). The Lumia 930 is expected to be one of Nokia's flagship handsets for 2014, following on from the 2012's Lumia 920 and 2013's Lumia 925.

Shortly after the conclusion of the opening keynote at Microsoft's Build developer event, Nokia is holding an event, where it is expected to announce its first Windows Phone 8.1 handset(s). The much rumoured and leaked Lumia 630 is almost certain to be announced, but it is possible than the Lumia 930 will also be officially unveiled. 

Lumia 930
Image source: @evleaks

While not yet fully confirmed, the Lumia 930 is likely to have a specification similar to that of the Lumia Icon. That would mean a five inch, 1080p resolution, AMOLED screen; a 20-megapixel PureView branded camera with Carl Zeiss optics, with LED flash and quad omnidirectional microphones; a hardware core built around a 2 .2 GHz quad-core processor (Snapdragon 800) with 2GB RAM; built in support for Qi wireless charging; a 2420 mAh integrated battery; and 4G LTE based cellular connectivity.