Along with the super-specced and super-large Lumia 1520 comes a second phablet, one that’s a bit more reasonable in terms of specs; making it more affordable, the Nokia Lumia 1320. This is our unboxing.
The Lumia 1320, similar to the 1520 is a 6″ beast, with a 720 p display instead of the Full HD 1080p one in the 1520, the 1320 clocks out with a ppi of 245, which is acceptable for the intended price-range of the device. The screen is an LCD IPS Gorilla glass 3 display, with Nokia’s amazing Clear Black display, meaning what it lacks in pixels it makes up for in actual display quality.
Inside the Lumia 1320 is well equipped to deal with the featherweight requests of Windows Phone, with a Dual core 1.7 Ghz Snapdragon S4 processor and 1 Gb of ram it essentially has the same processor as the Lumia 920 (which has a 1.5 GHz S4).
The 1320 has pretty much the same size and dimensions as the 1520, also sharing the same weight range (220 grams), meaning if you’re comfortable with one, you’ll feel at home with the other. In fact the slightly rounded back of the 1320 and curved corners make it more comfortable to hold in the hand.
So far the lower ppi of the screen isn’t much of a deal breaker, in fact it actually looks quite crisp when its on; the only time I instantly noticed the lower resolution was when the sleeping screen came on and the clock showed jagged edges.
I’ll be sure to post more coverage of the Lumia 1320 as I play with it some more, but in the meantime if there’s something in particular you’d like to see please leave a comment below.