Nokia’s first phablet Lumia 1520 will reportedly debut in late September

September 3rd, 2013 Posted in Industry News

After the release of the forthcoming new generation of iPhone on September 10th, the next exciting news might be the launch of Nokia Bandit phablet, which will be called the Nokia Lumia 1520, according to @evleaks.

We can see from the picture that the black phone on the left side maybe the 4.5-inch Lumia 1020, and the red one on the right must be the Lumia 1520 who features a 6-inch 1080p display and runs on Windows Phone 8. Placed next the Lumia 1520, the Lumia 1020 looks dainty. At the bottom of the screen, Lumia 1520 will be marked “proto.nokia.com”, which is standard on all Nokia tester devices.

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To be thin and light, Lumia 1520 is said to be covered with wireless charging shell, and the functionality of wireless charging will be done by external accessories. The Nokia Lumia 1520 will reportedly have a 20-megapixel pureview rear camera; no word yet about the performance of its front camera, if ever there is one.

According to the earlier rumor, Nokia Lumia 1520 will be the first WP8 device powered with Full HD display screen. Among all the Nokia WP8 devices, the highest resolution is 720p by far. Lumia 1520 is said to be made from polycarbonate, rather than metal material. It has also been rumored to house a powerful quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor.

After its release of Lumia 520, Lumia 620, Lumia 720……Lumia 1020, Nokia names its phablet as Lumia 1520. What can we learn from their names?  Nokia is going to launch its 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet on September, 26th. There is talk of Nokia’s unveiling the 1520 in late September alongside the tablet. But Theverge said the phablet is now under the test of AT&T, it is predicted to debut by the end of the year. What we can do now is just wait and look forward to the new rival of Samsung’s Galaxy Mega.

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