Size matters, at least for phablets it does. Microsoft Lumia 1330 looks all set to continue the tradition of large screen Windows Phone devices, and interest in the device continues to grow.
Recent leaks claim that the successor to the Lumia 1320 will see daylight well before the Lumia 1520 gets a successor. And although Redmond is still unwilling to share any information about its upcoming phablet, we have some new photos that show the dimensions of this handset.
They come from China (where else?) and compare the back cover of the 1330 to the new Lumia 930 Gold Edition that hit the market last week.
You can read more about the glittering device here.
But it comes with a 5-inch display, and this newly leaked images show how big the Lumia 1330 will actually be. Long story short, let’s just say that the difference is clearly visible. See for yourself:
The Microsoft Lumia 1330 is very likely to come with a 5.7-inch display running at an okay resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels with Gorilla Glass 3 coating for added toughness.
Other hardware specifications include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor, aided by an Adreno 305 graphics unit and 1GB of RAM. We can also expect 32GB of internal storage on this upcoming phablet.
And although the release date has not been confirmed, these leaked photos show that development on the device is mostly completed.
Meaning we are not far away from the time when Microsoft officially takes the wraps off.
MWC 2015 in March is a distinct possibility.