The Nokia Lumia 1520 was the star of the Nokia World show this year, but it certainly isn't the only new device to come out the Finnish company. It was joined on stage by five more piece of hot hardware including the company's first tablet, an affordable phablet and a trio of Asha featurephones. We had the opportunity to spend some quality time with those and we'll now be giving you a short overview on each one
The Nokia Lumia 1320 is a stripped-down version of the Lumia 1520 phablet and sports a slightly of a different design compared to its more premium brother. It's reminiscent of Lumia 620 shape, but proportionally larger. The screen is the same size, but has been downgraded to a 720p resolution. There are other budget cuts, which we've outlined in the list below.
And here's Nokia's debut in the tablet market - the 10.1" Lumia 2520 tablet running on Windows 8.1 RT. Its design is reminiscent of the Lumia smartphones and its set of connectivity features is up there with the best on the market. Nokia has also invested hard work in its camera, which is cool. Here are the rest of the main features.
Those are what the two Lumias look like on paper, but now it's time to check how they behave in real life. We're going to start with the Lumia 1320 hands-on right after the break and the follow with the Lumia 2520 and the Asha trio on the next pages.
Lol Nokia did so many things wrong
I am using this Phablet and I am fully satisfied with this phon's performance.....Love 1320..
Why nokia asha 501 is not supporting 3&4g network? its very sorrowful.is there any chance to t 3g&4g networks .