Will the Lumia 1320 join Nokia’s other new models in two weeks?

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Two weeks from now is October 22, when Nokia is set to reveal its next wave of handsets. Of the half-dozen models we’ve been told to expect, some are bound to be Lumias. At the forefront of what’s likely is the Lumia 1520, and we also might see the 929 or 2520 tablet. This morning we have one new candidate to add to the mix, the Lumia 1320.

Unfortunately, much like those Motorola hardware rumors we just heard, there’s not much in the way of spec details to accompany this phone’s name, either. We do learn that the 1320 was apparently in development at Nokia under codename Batman, but there’s no mention of precisely what features it may offer, nor of handset size. After all, playing up in the teens like this, near the 1520, has us thinking about phablets; could the 1320 be a similar device?

It’s probably nothing, but Nokia had a pretty healthy Batman obsession going on last summer, with specials for the Lumia 900 and 710 with limited edition Batman logos, all tied in to the release of The Dark Knight Rises. We don’t have any reason to believe that something similar is happening here, but maybe some of those Nokia engineers just couldn’t get the idea of Batman + Nokia out of their heads.

Source: @evleaks (Twitter)

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