Nokia Bandit: Leaked Screenshot Confirms Windows Phone 8 GDR3 and 1080p Display


After its recent acquisition, Nokia is in the news again. This time, for leaked screenshots from an upcoming handset. Twitter leaker @evleaks has posted what is supposedly a screen shot from the rumored Nokia "Bandit", a 6-inch handset which might be named as the Lumia 1520 during its time of release.

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Nokia Bandit: Leaked Screenshot Confirms Windows Phone 8 GDR3 and 1080


As you can see from the screenshot, Nokia's rumored phablet will come with a three column tile screen and a variety of tile placement options. Its will use a 6-inch 1080p display and will come preloaded with Windows 8.1 OS.

But here's the most important part, according to Engadget, the original image is 1,080 x 1,920. This is a resolution that's not currently supported in Windows Phone, thereby indicating that the Bandit will come with a GDR3 update which has support for 1080p displays.

Apart from all this, Windows Phone 8 GDR3 update is also rumored to include support for features like screen orientation lock, a driving mode and some improvements with the Tiles interface. There are also rumors that the device will feature a powerful 20MP clear view camera and Qualcomm processor.

The handset is expected to be launched on September 26th along with a tablet called Sirius form the company.

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