By Jaime Rivera | October 22, 2013 8:00 AM
If you thought that Nokia was just working on one phablet according to the rumors, well the company has proven that it’s also capable of keeping things under the radar, even if these things aren’t as hot as we’d wish they’d be. Lust as we saw the big and mid-ranged Lumia 625 earlier this year, Nokia has also announced a larger sibling to serve the mid-ranged European and Asian market.
This new phablet is being dubbed the Lumia 1320, which yeah, has a name that makes the Lumia 1020 look bad if we were to follow the numerical designators. The device sports a dual-core processor we’re still trying to figure out, but also lesser specs like a 5-megapixel camera, a 6-inch 720p display, and other specifics that maybe a mother could love. Still, at a price of $339 before taxes and unlocked, there is a compelling case to want to buy this phone.
The device will launch first in China and Vietnam, and will later make tis way across Asia and Europe in four colors, which are Orange, Yellow, Black and White. Sadly it seems that it’ll never make it to the US, but that could actually be a good thing.