This is the Nokia Lumia 1520, a giant 6-inch 1080p Windows Phone

Discussion in 'hardware' started by SweX, Sep 8, 2013.

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  1. SweX

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    http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/8/4708062/nokia-lumia-1520-photos-leak
     
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    Yep, same. I'm lovin my SG4 btw lol :D
     
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    Makes 2 of us. I have the 32Gb version with a 16Gb MicroSD card. I love this compared to my HTC Incredible I had. The GS4 maps folders on the SD card automatically if there is a folder on the phone named the same thing. The HTC never did that.

    Thanks to this mapping I have over 300 notification sounds.
     
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    True but you are comparing a Windows Phone 8 to Android. From what I read, WP8 is much more resource efficient so they can get away with having less. Just compare the specs between the Lumia 92x to Samsung SIII.
     
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    Windows Phone 8 is worthless by itself. Add inferior hardware and you have a very expensive paper weight.
     
  7. DX2

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    Same here, 16gb with 32 sd card. I had the HTC One, but it kept giving me problems. On the first phone, i would always lose signal, on the second phone, the back button would stop working. So i went with the SG4 afterwards..
     
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