There were a few rumours surrounding Nokia’s first phablet instrument, the Lumia 1520, codenamed Bandit. Now, a new leaked screenshot supposedly from the same phone appears to confirm a few of these rumours.
The screenshots had been leaked by the prolific telephone leaker, @evleaks and it appears presentations the alleged Lumia 1520 device’s start display full with quite a few live tiles. the images disclose that the but to be introduced phablet would offer further columns and rows for apps. it seems that the cellphone will function a new Storyteller app as its are living tile can also be viewed in the screenshot. then again, the image does not provide any important points related to the internals of the alleged phablet from the Finnish handset supplier.
Previous, the alleged Nokia Lumia 1520 was once pictured alongside the company’s flagship smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 1020. The leaked image did not expose any important points about the alleged Nokia Lumia 1520 phone except for indicating its anticipated dimension.
There were reviews that advised the Finnish handset manufacturer was once checking out a 6-inch software running an updated version of windows phone eight. It was once anticipated to incorporate a full-HD (1080p) display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 is rumoured to ship with a 20-megapixel rear camera and may just borrow the rear panel features of the Nokia Lumia 925 to accommodate the digicam.
Previously, @evleaks claimed that Nokia’s alleged Bandit phablet might be officially dubbed as the Nokia Lumia 1520.
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The leak comes at a time when Microsoft is buying Nokia’s devices & services business in a 5.forty four billion euros deal. Nokia has granted Microsoft a 10-12 months non-unique licence to its patents.