Nokia would possibly not have verified anything about its rumored Nokia Lumia 1520 big-screen smartphone, code-named Bandit, but that doesn’t stop rumors surrounding it from surfacing online. The first image of the alleged phablet from the Finnish handset maker emerged on The Verge forum posted by one of the most members. The picture finds the yet-to-be-announced Nokia Lumia 1520 pictured alongside the corporate’s flagship smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 1020.
The leaked picture does not reveal plenty of details related to the alleged Nokia Lumia 1520 telephone, except indicating its expected measurement. The image displays the 2 devices, the Lumia 1020 and the alleged Lumia 1520, stored aspect-by means of-facet with the show of each the devices switched on.
The WThealleged instrument seems much higher with the picture when put next in opposition to the Nokia Lumia 1020 that incorporates a 4.5-inch show. The Nokia Lumia 1520 will reportedly feature the largest show on a Lumia instrument launched until now.
On the other hand, The Verge notes that it was once unable to verify if the image used to be correct completely. Earlier, @evleaks claimed that Nokia’s alleged Bandit phablet would probably be dubbed as the Nokia Lumia 1520.
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Up to now, it was reported that Nokia was at present trying out a 6-inch device operating an up-to-date model of the windows cellphone eight OS. The instrument used to be code-named ‘Bandit’ and expected to incorporate a full-HD (1080p) show and a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor.
It additionally urged that the alleged Nokia phablet would ship with a 20-megapixel rear camera and could borrow the rear panel features of the Nokia Lumia 925 to accommodate the digicam. On the other hand, the software will not be unveiled before Microsoft rolls out the GDR3 update to current windows telephone gadgets. Microsoft is reportedly testing the GDR3 tool replace for home windows cellphone 8.