It will reportedly be equipped with quad-core CPU, full HD display and 20-mega pixel camera and coming this year in the trade. Nokia uses Windows phone 8 with the update GDR3 as operating system.
As the verge has experienced sources familiar with the plans of the Finnish cheap mobile phones manufacturer, Nokia is supposedly working on a Windows phone with 6-inch display. The Phablet is to come in this year in the trade.
The device, developed under the code name "Bandit" is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm, according to the report, and has a 1080 p display. It was only the first of several Windows smartphones with full-HD display, which currently develop Nokia.
Nokia according to the verge for the case as usual opts for polycarbonate. On the back, a 20 megapixel camera should be also. As the operating system, Windows phone 8 with the next update coming general distribution release 3 (GDR3) used. Its innovations include a car mode, changes to the interface and the ability to disable the automatic rotation of the display.
The Bandit will already tested by AT & T in the United States, it further says in the report. The provider will take until the end of the year in its program. The sources did not specify the availability in other countries. Nokia wanted to not comment on the report on demand from News.com.
Nokia's biggest Windows Smartphone is the Lumia 625 presented in July. It has a four, 7-inch screen with WVGA resolution (800 x 480 pixels). The device, which reached not quite Phablet class, is also specified on Windows phone of 8 Nokia a 1 2-GHz processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 with two cores, 512 MByte RAM and a 5 megapixel camera (2592 times 1936 pixels). In this country, it costs $299 without a contract.