Nokia is Going to Launch a Windows Phone with a 6-inch, 1080p Display and 20MP Camera

Nokia is planning to launch its first phablet Widows Phone, whose codename is Bandit. (So cool to name after bandit.) Featuring a 1080p display and being powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, this phablet may become the first 1080p Windows Phone device.


Source form The Verge indicates that the Bandit will feature a rear camera with at least 20-megapixel resolution. It has a slight bump on the back of the phone like we’ve seen on the Lumia 925. Applying polycarbonate design, the Bandit has no trouble on its slight weight.

Microsoft has been working to update its Windows Phone system to support new devices like Bandit on many phases, such as how to fit the 1080p display, to add a column of Live Tiles etc.