Back in October, the Nokia Lumia 1320 was announced. The handset is another 6” smartphone by Nokia but unlike its sibling, the Lumia 1520, the Lumia 1320 will be slightly lower specced, meaning that it will be a tad more affordable for those who don’t really see the need for the latest or greatest hardware in their phones. The handset has recently made its way through the FCC but based on what we can see, the handset will feature the 3, 7, and 20 LTE bands which aren’t used in the USA, and will also lack AWS support, indicating that it will most likely be headed to Europe or international markets, rather than the US for now.
Based on Nokia’s announcement at that time, the Lumia 1320 is expected to head to countries such as China, Vietnam, India, and Europe, and is expected to cost around $339 before local taxes. For those who might have forgotten about the Lumia 1320, the handset will feature a 6” 720p HD (instead of 1080p Full HD) dispay, and will be powered by a dual-core processor (rather than a quad-core found on the Lumia 1520). It will also pack a 5MP rear-facing camera and will come with 8GB of onboard storage that can be expanded via microSD.