The Finnish giant, Nokia is reportedly manufacturing a 6-inch quad-core Windows Phone with 20MP camera, full HD display of 1080p. This big one has been nicknamed the “Bandit” and it is expected to launch via AT&T before end of this year.
The niche market for “phablets” is going berserk. Nokia is about to come up with its six inch Bandit Windows phone. It has a full HD 1080p displayscreen. And a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor is whirring away in its interior. It is supposed to be a pioneer among futuristic devices. The humongous screen is a sign that an extra Live Tiles column will appear on this critter. At present, this phone is being road tested by AT&T. It’ll appear on store shelves later this year. A rear-end 20 megapixel camera forms a small bump at the back. This bears a likeness to the Lumia 925. Its full High Definition screen is a marvel to behold. However, it is no comparison to the Nokia 1020.
The body of this gadget is constructed out of polycarbonate which is a featherweight material. This increase in size and display resolution follows Samsung’s Galaxy Series. It was the trendsetter in these matters. Smart phones have been getting bigger with more options appearing on the interface. Nokia too has utilized this feature in its new designs for the future. Currently the leader in these matters though is Samsung. It even gives Apple Incorporated a run for its money. Nokia has been facing dire circumstances for some time now. It used to be the world supplier but currently that crown has become the vanity symbol of some other organizations.
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