Nokia Lumia 1320 Leaked: Hints At a Big Screen

By Vivek

The world is less than an hour away from witnessing the Nokia World event where the company is said to announce more than 6 devices excluding accessory devices like Treasure Tag NFC and music player. Apart from these six roughly known devices, new Nokia handset has appeared online on Twitter. Obviously the image comes from the same notorious @evleaks.

Nokia Lumia 1320 Leaked: Hints At a Big Screen


The Twitter sensation says that the device comes with the name of Lumia 1320. However, the image posted by the same user does not reveal any further information about the specs and features of the device. But since the post mentions 2013, it can be guessed, that the device would come within this year.

Also known as by its codenamed 'Batman', this is the first appearance of the handset in the online world. Moreover, when one sees the image of the handset posted on Twitter, it is evident that it is a big display phone like the Lumia 625.

There is not much details about the handset but, it houses three capacitive touch buttons for back, home and Bing search which are signature Windows Phone features. Gizbot will keep you updated on the device.

In the mean time, Nokia World is about to get started and you can also watch the live streaming here. Moreover, GizBot will be reporting the event from Abu Dhabi directly as well so stay tuned for instant updates on Nokia.

In brief, Nokia fans can expect to see, Lumia 2520, 1520, Lumia 525, Asha 503, Asha 502 and Asha 500. There are also other device like Treasure Tag NFC and Nokia Guru Music player on the list.

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