Nokia currently heads into the tough phablet market competition as they offer device enthusiasts with the Nokia Lumia 1520 or also known as the "Bandit." News Web site Windows Phone Central got hold of a leaked image that displays the Finnish company's upcoming Windows Phone device.
Is this the rumoured Nokia Lumia 1520 6-inch phablet? Photo Credit: Tumblr/nokialumiaes/Windows Phone Central
According to the Windows Phone Central report, the Nokia Lumia 1520 arrival is expected in the later part of September during a press launch event with a possible new Windows RT tablet. The next Windows Phone update, called Windows Phone 8.1, is also expected to be released next to the new Nokia phablet.
The latest update will allow Nokia Lumia 1520 features such as quad-core processing support and a 1080p Full HD screen display resolution. Previous reports claim that the phablet "Bandit" will have the power of a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 will reportedly have a 6-inch screen with a polycarbonate body in its slim and light design. The phablet's 1080p resolution can allow a bigger screen display over 5 or 6 inches and still maintain a high-quality pixel density for superior text and graphics.
Such feature will be vital to the latest addition on the Lumia range provided that Nokia has been camera-centric focused with their devices. It can help display first-rate images and videos that the Carl Zeiss-power lenses captured.
Aside from the 6-inch screen display size, the Nokia Lumia 1520 "Bandit" is rumoured to be incorporated with the Lytro-like camera sporting a 20MP sensor. The Nokia phablet users can have more flexibility when it comes to sharing the Lytro-like images captured.
A sequence of images can be captured from the camera with several focus points where users can choose afterwards what to place in focus and what to exclude. It will mark the next generation of the Nokia PureView imaging technology.
Additionally, the feature becomes different from the existing camera technology where users are forced to choose a focus point prior to image capturing. However, a more powerful processor with an included GPU may be required in order to meet the camera's processing capability.
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