The Nokia Lumia 1520 is here. Nokia’s long-anticipated first phablet just got official and looking at specs alone it might be considered the best one out there.
Screen resolution of the 6″ display is 1080×1920 pixels Full HD LCD screen(367ppi), which allows for an additional third row of Live Tiles for the first time in Windows Phone. The panel carries a PureMotion HD+ technology, which, coupled with Nokia’s ClearBlack filter and sunlight readability tech, means that is will a bright screen with excellent contrast and reflectivity ratios, great viewing angles, vivid colors and ultra fast refresh rates.
The blazing processor running the whole show is a quad-core Snapdragon 800, clocked at the respectable 2.2 GHz, which makes the Lumia 1520 the most powerful Windows Phone ever, coupled with its 2 GB of RAM, and the first quad-core Windows Phone. It also have a non-removable 3400mAh battery and a micro sd Card slot. The phone will support most 4G/LTE networks you can think of, too, plus NFC, A-GPS+GLONASS, WLAN, (2.4/5Ghz) a/b/g/n/ac, μUSB, and BT 4.0 LE.
It also have inbuilt wireless charging in the slim profile of 8.7mm. Lot of accessories like a new flip cover, wireless charging plate etc will be released with device.
20.7 MP PureView camera
It have a unique 20.7 MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens, improved Panorama and optical image stabilization. These specs alone make it the best camera on a phablet, but since the sensor is a scaled down version of the 41 MP monster in the Lumia 1020, it will also offer 2x lossless zoom in stills mode, and 4x for HD video capture. The maximum usable resolution is 18 MP in 4:3 aspect ratio. The dual capture mode will bring 5 MP images in automatic mode with the pixel-binning technology that combines the information of four or more pixels into a “perfect” one. A full 16 MP wide aspect mode is also available. There is a new Nokia Camera app that combines all the Lumia camera modes or lense so far, with improved saturation and other settings. There is also the new Storyteller app, which combines the HERE mapping capabilities with your photos and videos, creating a seamless story for you wherever you’ve been. The Lumia 1520 is listed with record four HAAC microphones, means that it will have an awesome sound recording with a surround 3D effect and call quality aspect not only among phablets, but smartphones in general, too.
Nokia’s stellar phablet should be available next month, but that 6″ Full HD display, the quad-core Snapdragon, four HAAC mics, and the 20 MP PureView camera with lossless zoom and OIS is expected to command a premium phablet price on $749.– promo video — first official hands on video