Nokia Lumia 1520 Leaks : Alleged Press Shot Reveals Monster Full HD Display

    Promotional picture of Nokia Lumia 1520 has emerged days ahead of its anticipated debut on September 26. Twitter sensation @evleaks has posted a press shot of supposed Nokia 1520. The picture indeed looks authentic and without any doubt Nokia's last phablet could be an answer to Sony's Xperia Z Ultra.

    The Nokia 1520 is set to be a phablet having 6-inch Full HD display. Prior to this leaked press shot, Nokia Lumia 1520 or Bandit, as one would like to say, emerged several times in the past. What is known about Bandit is that the device would have a giant 6-inch display having Full HD resolution alongside Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.

    Nokia Lumia 1520  : Alleged Press Shot Reveals Monster Full HD Display

     

    Going the leaked press shot, it appears that the phone is running on Windows  Phone 8.1 mobile OS. One can see a giant camera module at the rear back. There's a slight hump like Lumia 925. A closer look the phone itself gives you a clear idea about extra live-tiles. So, it should clear the air on GDR3 update.

    What's more, according to the alleged press shot, Nokia Lumia 1520 has the unibody polycarbonate plastic shell.

    Here's a quick look at the leaked specifications of Nokia Lumia 1520:-

    6-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC ( quad-core)

    2GB RAM /32GB ROM (expandable up to 64GB via a microSD card slot)

    20-mega pixel super sensitive rear facing camera - apt for low light conditions

    3000mAh Li Ion non-removable battery

    Arrival - Later this year

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