The upcoming Nokia Lumia 1520 was recently revealed via a leaked screenshot showcasing the device’s large 6 inch screen, running Windows Phone 8 GDR3. More screenshots of this large flaghsip Windows Phone device have surfaced, showcasing its body for everyone to see.
We learned recently that Nokia was working on a large 6 inch Windows Phone device codenamed Bandit, which we now know is the Lumia 1520. According to recent rumors, this device will debut later this month and will be running the latest General Distribution Release (GDR3) for Windows Phone 8. Sporting 1080p resolution, this smartphone will rock your world.
At the source link below, there are a plethora of screenshots showing off the device. There are even screenshots comparing the device to a Sony Xperia handset, to give you an idea of how massive the screen is. The device reportedly sports 2GB of RAM, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip, 6 inch 1080p display, 32GB of storage, and an SD slot.
The Nokia 1520 is rumored to be arriving on AT&T later this month and will feature the latest update to Windows Phone 8, GDR3. In this update, we will see a Driving Mode feature designed to mute calls and texts autmatically when using the Bluetooth feature in your car. There is also rotation lock, improved multitasking, custom sounds, and tons more.
Will this be your next Windows Phone device (on AT&T)?Further reading: Lumia 1520, Nokia, Windows Phone