For many getting a phablet at an interesting price point has always been a challenge. Nokia, the country's second largest handset vendor, has managed to bring an affordable handset with lustrous 6-inch display at an appealing price point.
It will cost $339 internationally (unlocked) with a massive 6-inch 720p HD display, Windows Phone 8 OS and a dual-core processor.
Targeted mainly at Asian markets (China, Philippines, Vietnam and India), this phone is surely a steal at $339 (approximately Rs.20,000). Since India is one of the largest markets for smartphones, it will be interesting to see how Nokia will position the Lumia 1320 at both urban and mid-tier segments. GizBot was present at Nokia World 2013 event to explore more about the Lumia 1320. Take a look!
Although a large 6-inch handset has been priced on an upper side of the scale, Nokia has somehow managed to include some commendable hardware specs. At this price point there aren't many handsets available with a 6-inch display, Qualcomm powered dual-core processor and a 5-megapixel camera. If you are craving to get a large screen phone with decent hardware specs, then you should consider the Lumia 1320 depending upon the price quoted by Nokia in your region.
Nokia Lumia 1320 is a low-priced version of the Lumia 1520. Nokia has used premium quality polycarbonate plastic and has given the device a matte finish. The phone is pocket friendly in nature, and it gets easily fit into pant pockets. The phone will be available in four sizzling colors: Orange, Black, Yellow and White.
Another stellar feature about the Nokia Lumia 1320 is that users are free to change the back covers depending upon the choice of colors you need to pick. The edges are curvy, so it's not a tedious task to take pictures on a moving vehicle. The design itself is very stylish and Indian consumers would like to flash it in the crowd. In nutshell, the ‘wow' factor is maintained by Nokia, whether it's a high-end device or a low-end phone like the new Asha 503.
Both the Nokia Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320 come with 6-inches of massive display area. The latter phablet has a resolution of 720p HD display, whereas the former phone packs 1080p HD resolution.
That being said, considering the price quoted by Nokia to get Lumia 1320, the 720p HD resolution with Gorilla Glass 3 protection seems fine. The display is bright, and color reproduction rate is above average. Watching a full length movie on the new Lumia 1320 is itself a good experience.
Overall, the experience spent with Nokia Lumia 1320 has strengthened our confidence in Nokia as a brand and Windows Phone 8 as a mobile OS.