Nokia’s Lumia 1320 is slowly spreading out to a greater number of markets, a good thing for consumers around the world, with the latest being Ireland. While this is isn’t the “flagship” of the line, it still has a lot to offer for users interested in a new Windows Phone device.
O2 has announced plans to bring the handset to the Emerald Isle, though a launch date was not officially revealed, but it is expected within the next couple of days. However, pricing has been announced, and that is set to be €329.99, and customers can register now for updates at the website.
The Lumia 1320 packs a 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, a 6-inch HD LCD IPS (1280×720) screen, Gorilla Glass 3, 5MP auto-focus camera with flash and video 1080p at 30fps, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal user memory. Users will also score 7 GB of extra OneDrive storage.
All of our Irish readers out there may want to pay attention, as the release seems very close.Further reading: Lumia 1320, Nokia