The phone maker has reportedly been working on a massive, 6-inch Windows Phone codenamed the "Bandit." This one looks pretty big all right.
Rumors have been flying that Nokia is coming out with a gargantuan 6-inch Windows Phone codenamed the "Bandit."
Up until today, sightings of the device have been scarce, but Windows Phone Central received a leaked photo that it believes displays the Nokia Lumia 1520. The news site said it couldn't fully confirm the phone in the image but has a strong suspicion it's the Bandit.
The massive phone is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor and offer a 1080p display. Considered thin and light, the new phone will reportedly be built with a polycarbonate body and offer a 20-megapixel rear camera. It's been said that Bandit could be the first of many potential 1080p Windows Phone handsets from Nokia.
If Nokia comes out with this 6-inch device, it would definitely be a move into phablet territory for the phone maker. A similar smartphone is
According to Windows Phone Central, the reported launch date for the supersized Nokia Lumia 1520 could be sometime toward the end of September.