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Nokia reveals three new Lumias

Nokia reveals three new Lumias

At this year’s Nokia World, the Finnish manufacturer presented three new Lumia models that it will be releasing out in the wild. The Lumia 1520 and 1320 are the first 6-inch Windows Phone models release by Nokia and the Lumia 2520 will be the first tablet from Nokia running Windows RT. Here’s a brief overview of the three new models.

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The new Lumia lineup. / © Nokia

Lumia 1520

The first 6-inch Windows Phone “phablet “comes in the typical Nokia Lumia design and will be available in a medley of assortment of colors: black, red, yellow, and white. As well, it will sport the ClearBlack display technology that will provide larger viewing angles and improve the readability when using the device in the sunlight. Furthermore, the 1520 will be equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass 2 for protection and scratch resistance. Nokia will be putting a Snapdragon 800 processor for the first time into this new device.

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Be careful not to burn your retinas on the incredibly yellow Lumia 1520. / © Nokia

The cream of the crop for the Nokia 1520 will be the Pure View camera: a 20-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization. Not only will this provide a ton of possibilities when it comes to the photos taken, but will improve the quality of images when using the zoom function. In addition, there are four microphones for improved noise reduction and to improve video conferencing on the device. The Lumia 1520 will be available for $749 US Dollars off contract.

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One of the advantages of the 6-inch 1520 will be the ability to add a new row of live tiles on the device. / © Nokia

Lumia 1320

Nokia also released another 6-inch device with the Lumia 1320, which is basically just a “mini” version of the 1520. It will feature the same screen size, scaled-down hardware, and other features similar to the 1520 at a reduced price. Trying to fit in with the crowd of other manufacturers that have released “budget” devices that are similar to their flagship models, Nokia has brought the 1320 to the tablet. One of the weirder things about the 1320 is that, in fact, the 1320 is larger in dimensions that its “big brother”. Thankfully, it will sport the same 3400 mAh battery that the 1520 will have as well. Check out the rest of the specs below in our comparative table. The Nokia Lumia 1320 will be available in orange, yellow, black, and white and will retail for $339 US dollars.

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Smaller, but yet bigger, the Lumia 1320 is the smaller bigger brother to the 1520. / © Nokia

Lumia 2520

And enter into the fray Nokia’s first venture into the tablet market with the Lumia 2520. Sporting Windows RT, Nokia is hoping to boost its stylish smartphone design to a much larger device. The Nokia 2520 will be sporting LTE capability and the same ClearBlack display that is found on its smaller counterparts. Additionally, the Lumia 2520 is equipped with a nifty little feature for the people on the go: the 8000 mAh battery can be charged to 50 percent within 40 minutes of charging. The Nokia Lumia 2520 will be available in red, cyan, white, and black and retails for $499 US dollars.

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And Nokia's first step into the tablet world has given birth to the Lumia 2520 with Windows RT. / © Nokia

Keep an eye out for the latest Nokia Lumia devices as they are expected to hit US shores before the end of the quarter and will hit the European market by early 2014.


  Lumia 1520 Lumia 1320 Lumia 2520
Dimensions: 162.8 x 85.4 x 8.7 mm 164.2 x 85.9 x 9.8 mm 267 x 168 x 8.9 mm
Weight: 209g 220g 615g
Battery: 3400 mAh, Qi 3400 mAh 8000 mAh
Display Size 6-inches 6-inches 10.1-inches
Display Technology ClearBlack IPS LCD, Gorilla Glass 2 ClearBlack IPS LCD, Gorilla Glass 2 ClearBlack AH-IPS LCD, Gorilla Glass 2
Screen: Full HD, 368 ppi 1280 x 720 Pixel, 244 ppi Full HD, 224 ppi
Front Camera 1.2 MP VGA 2 MP
Back Camera: 20 MP PureView, Optical Image Stabilizer, Oversampling 5 MP 6.7 MP
Flash: Dual-LED LED Not Specified
Operating System: Windows Phone Windows Phone Windows 8.1 RT
Chipsatz: Snapdragon 800 Snapdragon S4 Snapdragon 800
Number of Cores: 4 2 4
Clock Speed: 2.2 GHz 1.7 GHz 2.2 GHz
Internal Memory: 2 GB 1 GB 2 GB
Interner Storage: 32 GB (microSD up to 64 GB) 8 GB (microSD up to 64 GB) 32 GB (microSD up to 64 GB)
Connectivity: WLAN, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0, LTE, HSDPA, HSUPA WLAN, USB 2.0, LTE, HSDPA, HSUPA WLAN, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, LTE, HSDPA, HSUPA
Price: 749 US-Dollar  339 US-Dollar 449 US-Dollar


While all this is fine and dandy and I'm a secret fan of Nokia, I can't help but wonder when they are going to get around to releasing a phone that has Android on it, or really, just not Windows Phone. Here's to hoping.  

Via: GSM Arena Source: Nokia

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  •   16
    Deactivated Account Oct 25, 2013 Link to comment

    Since Nokia was already bought by Microsoft, I don't suppose there will ever be a Nokia phone with Android. Maybe only if current Nokia employees create a new company to achieve that.

  •   9
    Deactivated Account Oct 23, 2013 Link to comment

    what is with Nokia's obsession with 20? We have the 820, the 920 and now the 1520, 1320 and the 2520...