The Nokia Lumia 1520 has been the subject of a few rumours and image leaks of late and now it appears a new batch of photos have appeared.
This latest smartphone from Nokia is expected to be sporting the GDR3 update of Windows Phone 8 which has also been leaked in what appears to be a screenshot of the layout of the OS.
The latest images of the Nokia 1520, shown on The Verge website, seem to compare the phone to a Sony Xperia Z1 and display the phone from all angles so we can get a look at how that 6-inch display sits within the chassis.
So far we have some limited information on specifications such as 2GB RAM, 32GB memory along with a microSD card slot and a Snapdragon 800 processor and a SD card slot for even more memory.
The camera resolution has not been confirmed and from the images it looks like the lens protrudes out in a similar fashion to the Nokia Lumia 925.
The updated Windows Phone 8 OS is expected to have a few optimised features such as a Driving Mode which will automatically activate when paired with a car Bluetooth system and improved multitasking.
There is no confirmation as to whether a stylus will be included (as seen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2) with a large 6-inch screen it could be a good option as Note users love this feature.
The phone, also known as the Nokia Bandit, is expected to launch on AT&T in the USA in the next few weeks so we should get to see what we can expect from this phone very soon.
What do you think of the Nokia Lumia 1520? Do you think this 6-inch smartphone can compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3?
Written by: Carmel Brown