Nokia is eastbound and down, loaded up and truckin' with the 6-inch Bandit, tipped to be the first quad-core and 1080p Windows Phone.
As if a full high-definition screen and four-core power isn't enough, The Verge reports the phablet codenamed Bandit will also boast a 20-megapixel camera -- almost as powerful as the snapper in the . There's no word on whether the specs also include a luxurious moustachio and a cowboy hat.
Windows Phone 8 currently maxes out at a 720p screen and dual-core processor -- a long way to go and a short time to get there compared to the quad-core and Full HD likes of theor Android phones. Microsoft is apparently working on adding support for more powerful hardware. The biggest Windows Phone is the recently announced 4.7-inch .
After theappeared in a metal shell, the 6-inch Bandit is expected to come in a polycarbonate casing. Whether it'll have a smokin' firebird emblazoned on it is uncertain.
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