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Unveiled at Nokia World in Abu Dhabi, the Nokia Lumia 1320 is a 6-inch phone, packing a dual-core processor, 720p screen, and 5-megapixel camera. Not brilliant specs, but it does come with an affordable $339 price tag. Read editors' take

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It's running the latest version of Windows Phone 8, which brings a third row of live tiles, letting you see more information on the screen at once. Read editors' take

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It has the same colourful polycarbonate back that you'd find on most of Nokia's Lumia line. Read editors' take

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There's a front-facing camera for video calling. Read editors' take

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The 5-megapixel camera on the back falls far short of the 20-megapixel one on its more expensive brother, the 1520, but it should be fine for quick snaps. Read editors' take

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It's surprisingly slim for a 6-inch phone. Read editors' take

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The back cover can be removed, letting you change the colour or swap the back when it gets dirty. Read editors' take

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There's a microSD card slot under the back, too. Read editors' take

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You can pick it up in yellow, orange, white, and black. Read editors' take

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