Carphone Warehouse has kicked off preorders of Nokia's enormous new flagship phone, the. The 6-inch Windows Phone -- does that make it a Windows Phablet? -- is available from free on a hefty £38 per month Vodafone contract.
That bags you unlimited calls and texts, and 2GB of 3G data. The Lumia 1520 is 4G-ready, but if you want superfast mobile broadband the cheapest contract is £48 per month, with £20 up front. That does net you a pretty mighty 12GB of data, and you can opt to splash out £90 up front if you want a cheaper £44 monthly deal.
Carphone isn't selling it on any other network, or on pay as you go or SIM-free deals. Expect those to be available from other retailers soon.
There's no concrete release date, but Nokia has previously said its gigantic new blower tablet, the . It's launched in France, Italy, Russia, Hong Kong and the US this week, and Nokia says it'll announce a UK release date on Monday., along with its first
So what are you getting for your £38 per month? There's that 6-inch screen, of course, with 1,920x1,080 pixels, making it capable of showing Full HD. It's powered by a beefy quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM. Windows 8.1 is running the show.
You can readhere and see Andy's expert opinions on Nokia's new super-phone.
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