By Anton D. Nagy | August 29, 2013 4:32 AM
The phablet Nokia is rumored to work on, previously referred to as the Bandit, has received a new model name as of yesterday: Nokia Lumia 1520. Today, we’re allegedly looking at said phablet in a picture reportedly depicting the phone in real life.
While we’re not quite sure of the authenticity of this image, it does indeed show a large-screened Windows Phone with the Live Tiles ending two-thirds down (nothing a Windows Phone update couldn’t fix though). Interestingly, there’s an additional row if Live Tiles available, if you look at the top row.
The Bandit, now the Lumia 1520, is expected to pack a six-inch 1080p display, as a first, alongside another novelty: a quad-core processor, believed to be a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon. This device might (or might not) be unveiled at Nokia’s September 23 New York event, alongside another device, this time, a Windows RT-powered slate, referred to as the Sirius.
Source: The Verge