Nokia’s mid-range phablet, the Nokia Lumia 1320, has just passed through the FCC.
The handset with its 6 inch screen will be hitting the market somewhat later than the Nokia Lumia 1520, and features somewhat downgraded specs, but retains the massive-sized screen, though in a 720p rather than 1080p version, and a dual-core rather than quadcore processor, and will presumably be a lot cheaper.
The version passing through the FCC features the 3,7 and 20 LTE bands, none of which are used in USA, and also lacks AWS support, indicating it is heading to Europe and elsewhere instead, where it will be competing with other increasingly highly specced cheaper handsets.
According to Nokia’s official announcements the Nokia Lumia 1320 will be available in a choice of orange, yellow, black, or white, and is planned to be available first in China and Vietnam in early 2014, followed by other Asian markets, India and European markets. It carries an estimated price of USD 339 before local taxes and subsidies.
See the full specs of the handset here.
See the entry at the FCC here.