Pictures have appeared on the web of Nokia's upcoming large-screen Windows Phone device, the Lumia 1520, which sports a 1080p 6-inch display and Snapdragon 800 processor. After being rumored for some time, and leaked in press renders, this is our most detailed look at the device yet.
The Verge published a set of images showing a working version of the phone as well as relatively detailed specs. The device will sport 2GB of RAM, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 32GB of storage and an SD slot. There is a large camera, which is labelled unsurprisingly as PureView and protrudes slightly from the main body.
Screenshots of the GDR3 update expected to be released alongside the Lumia 1520 leaked Saturday, and the update was even demoed in video. It is expected to ship with improved multitasking and rotation lock beside an array of other tweaks, fixes and features. GDR3's most notable change, however, is support for 1080p screens, with the addition of two columns for the smallest size Windows Phone tile, up from four columns.
Source: The Verge | Images via The Verge