An indication that a successor to the large handset is coming soon? A Lumia 1525, perhaps? You can bet the farmhouse on the fact that a new Windows Phone phablet is just around the corner.
Only a few weeks after the wireless operator released a green version of the Lumia 1520, AT&T has silently discontinued the 32GB models of the smartphone — only the 16GB variant is listed as available for purchase on the online store.
The higher capacity variant can be found on AT&T brick and mortar stores, but there is no telling how long these stocks last.
While the company has not provided specifics why it has decided to remove the 32GB model from its website, rumors that a new model is incoming in the form of the Lumia 1525 are abound. Unofficial reports, though, nothing has been confirmed as of right now.
The sequel has been in the news for months now, and it is speculated that it will launch on three wireless carriers in the United States, namely AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon.
And judging by this new development, it appears that we are inching closer to the debut of this new smartphone that is said to be powered by a newer, more powerful Snapdragon 801 processor, a 6-inch touchscreen display and a 20 megapixel camera.
Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 will, of course, handle operating system duties.