For those after a phablet without the notoriously high price, the Nokia Lumia 1320 could be the ideal phone for you, and it’s available here in the UK from the 24th February.
The 1320 will sport a 6” screen, putting it right beside the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and HTC One Max, both of which have seen a decent amount of success in the larger phone market.
But one thing separating the Nokia from the aforementioned handsets is its budget price, costing only £295 SIM-free, well below the market average for phablets.
One area where the Nokia does pay for its low price though, is in its specs list, featuring just 1GB RAM and 8GB internal memory.
Other handsets its size also boast a full HD resolution, whilst the Nokia lags behind slightly with a 720p display.
But that’s the price we guess you pay for a budget phablet at the moment, and we don’t think the specs will put too many people off the handset in all honesty.
Nokia also has the Lumia 1520, a higher spec, more expensive phablet on the market already, supplying an option for those in the hunt for a more powerful large phone.
Written by Luke Hatfield