Nokia Lumia 1520 measures up pretty well with leading phablets HTC One Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Nokia Lumia 1520HTC One MaxSamsung Galaxy Note 3Sony Xperia Z1
Dimensions162.8 x 85.4 x 8.7 mm; 206g164.5 x 82.5 x 10.29 mm; 217g151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3 mm; 168g144x74x8.5 mm, 170g
Colors and materialWhite, black, yellow, red; PlasticWhite/silver, black AluminumWhite, black; PlasticWhite, black, purple; metal
Display6.0 1080p HD; 367ppi5.9 1080p HD; 373ppi5.7 1080p HD; 386ppi5.0 1080p HD; 441ppi
Operating systemWindows Phone 8, Update 3Android 4.3Android 4.3Android 4.2
Processor2.2GHz quad-core; Qualcomm Snapdragon 8001.7GHz quad-core; Qualcomm Snapdragon 6002.3GHz quad-core; Qualcomm Snapdragon 8002.2GHz quad-core; Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
Rear camera and recording20-megapixel; 1080p HD video4-UltraPixel; 1080p HD video13-megapixel; 1080p HD video20.7 megapixel; 1080p HD video
Front-facing camera1.2-megapixel2-megapixel1.6-megapixel; 720p HD video2-megapixel; 1080p HD video
Capacity32GB; 64GB microSD32GB; 64GB microSD32GB; 64GB microSD16GB; 64GB microSD
RAM2GB2GB3GB2GB
Battery life3,400mAh embedded: 25 hours over 3G3,300mAh embedded: 25 hours over 3G3,200mAh removable: 21 hours over 3G3,000mAh embedded: 15 hours over 3G
PricingUS$750 full retailApprox. US$600 retail; contract TBAUS$705-US$725 retail; US$300 contract$675
4G LTEYesYesYesYes
NFCYesYesYesYes
Bluetoothv4.0v4.0v4.0v4.0
Special featureWireless chargingFingerprint sensorS Pen stylusIP58 certified – dust proof and water resistant over 1 meter and 30 minutes

Lumia-1520-wireless-charging_632CNET has posted the above table comparing the specs of the Nokia Lumia 1520 with the HTC One Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

From the list it is pretty clear that Nokia has created hardware that for once they have no reason at all to make excused for, be it from the point of view of processor, screen, camera, thinness and even size of the battery.

At this point about the ball is 100% in Microsoft’s court, in providing the software which makes the phablet a worthwhile purchase.

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Via CNET.com

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