The Nokia Lumia 1320 codename Batman that was unveiled at the Nokia World 2013 in Abu Dhabi proves that you don't have to break the bank to get your hands on a Windows Phone 8 phablet. The Nokia Lumia 1320 features some reputable specs that will be undoubtedly appealing to a wide-range of users. Here are the top reasons why you should buy this mid-range phablet.
Budget-Friendly - costing an agreeable US$339, the Nokia Lumia 1320 is an impressive phablet with a massive 6-inch HD display screen. Price-wise this phablet is meant for the more budget-friendly user relative to its sibling, the Nokia Lumia 1520.
Great Display - the Nokia Lumia 1320 has definitely lot of display room with a screen that spans 6 inches across. This Nokia phablet uses a notably lower 720p resolution HD LCD relative to the Nokia Lumia 1520's 1080p full HD panel. But then again, these are some sacrifices made to meet the handset's low price.
Moreover, this budget-friendly phablet offers an impressive view for watching movies, flipping through e-books and browsing Web sites.
Three Columns of Live Tiles - with the Windows Phone 8 Update 3, this device runs the latest version of Microsoft's mobile software which made the 3-column live tile format possible. Having three rows of widget-like icons means more ways to enjoy the 6-inch display of the phablet.
Full Access to Microsoft Office - because the Nokia Lumia 1320 is integrated to the Microsoft ecosystem of Office software, users can take advantage of the full access to Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
Impressive Battery Life - at 3,400mAh you can expect record endurance from this phablet.
Expandable Memory - although the 8GB internal storage is not very impressive, microSD expansion is available.
Wide-Array of Colour Choices - if you are fond of bright and bold colours, you may opt for the candy-coloured Nokia Lumia 1320 handsets, bright yellow and orange models. Certainly, you will grab several glances with these eye-catching colours. On the other hand, if you are the minimalist type, you have a choice of the more conservative black and white handsets.
In a nutshell, imaging enthusiasts will surely not be ecstatic about the Nokia Lumia 1320's 5-megapixel autofocus back camera. However, for its price, this phablet with 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB RAM is probably the best priced budget phablet in the market today.
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