Lumia 1520 would be the name of the commercial now known as Nokia ‘Bandit’, the first phablet of the company and new in Windows Phone 8.
If yesterday we woke up with the sound of the tablet with Windows RT Nokia Sirius, today it’s the turn of Nokia phablet that after the code name ‘Bandit’ would be marketed under the name Lumia 1520.
If a Nokia tablet with Windows RT, with price around $500, we do not see any sense for an operating system ruled by major OEMs like Acer, Lenovo, HP and Samsung, which Microsoft has cost 900 million dollars and perhaps even the charge to Ballmer, different is the case of this Lumia 1520 phablet.
A really impressive model (if confirmed rumors) with a 6-inch Full HD screen and SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 to the front. An Adreno 330 GPU, storage of 32, 64 and 128 Gbytes, waterproof chassis and dust or 41 megapixel camera with Xenon and LED flash.
Microsoft would put its part with Windows Phone GDR3, the new version of the operating system that would support-finally-the ARM quad core and Full HD screens.