The wallet-friendly, 6-inch Nokia Lumia 1320

Think a phone has to be "mini" to be affordable? Think again. Nokia's Lumia 1320 comes in at just $340 smackaroos. Read editors' take
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Windows Phone all the way

Outfitted with Windows Phone 8 Update 3, the ultralarge phone sports the OS' new three-column view. Read editors' take
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Screen real estate

There are definite benefits to reading and surfing the Web on a larger screen. While Nokia makes it affordable, the 720p HD resolution is a little lower than optimal for such an expanse. Read editors' take
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Unibody design

You can pop off the back cover to add a microSD card up to 64GB, but you won't be able to remove the battery. Read editors' take
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Flash point

Continuous autofocus and an LED flash are good things here. Even though it's a lower-resolution overall, most photos taken on the Lumia 1320's 5-megapixel camera won't disappoint. Read editors' take
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Power up

The power button, volume rocker, and camera shutter button line up along the phone's right side. Read editors' take
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In profile

The Lumia 1320 has pleasing dimensions for a phone of its size. The matte back and slightly curved back make it easy to hold and smudge-free, though its smooth surface is slippery at times. Read editors' take
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Tight fit

Unless you have loose pockets, good luck cramming in the 1320. Read editors' take
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