Nokia launched another phablet the Nokia Lumia 1320 today. The new phablet is a low powered Windows Phone 8 phablet device and is headed for China, in the coming weeks, Nokia will ship these devices in Taiwan, Hong Kong and then Singapore and other countries.
The Lumia 1320 is a 6-inch with 720p display phablet device covered by Gorilla Glass with the same highly sensitive touch screen at its Lumia 1520 cousin. To save cost and to lower the price from premium, Nokia opted to lower its specs to be more affordable for customers, with that, the Nokia Lumia 1320 will be powered by a Dual Core 1.7GHz Qualcomm S4 CPU, a gig of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and a 5Megapixel camera.
Though Nokia seem to offer a low powered 1520 and patch the 1320 model number on it, the Finnish phone manufacturer offers a wide range of Windows Phone 8 premium apps for the 1320 and other enhanced hardware features such as a super sensitive, glove responsive display, expandable memory capabilities and with the latest Windows Phone 8 Black update , you’re sure to get the best out of the large 6-inches screen of the device.
Is Battery life is a common problem with Smartphones ? Lumia 1320 has an answer to that, with the same 3,400 mAh battery found on Lumia 1520 built into the device, rest assured that staying up ahead and getting things done as compared with other smartphone devices is guaranteed.