Excerpt: Phablets demand a certain level of commitment from their users. Straddling the line between a smartphone and a tablet also means having to deal with inherent trade-offs that come with these larger-screened devices — things like reduced pocketability and the general awkwardness of using them as phones.
Pros: Amazing camera with a bunch of dedicated apps. Outstanding audio recording. Bright, vivid screen makes for a nice outdoor viewing experience.
Cons: Slightly bigger than other 6-inch screen phablets. Polycarbonate body feels cheap. Design doesn’t stand out. At all.
Summary: Nokia Lumia 1520 definitely phablet powerful interesting equipped lots Features and Functionalities including stand department hardware support network LTE, processor quad core, camera over 20 megapixel Carl Zeiss and rich of features, the NFC module, a 6-inch display with full HD and Corning Gorilla Glass 2, full connectivity and the Office suite. On the negative, side stand the size a bit too big and the sound is not excellent.
Nokia Lumia 1520 Review: big, bold and beautiful shooter
5 March 2014
Excerpt: The Nokia Lumia 1520 signifies the increasing importance of large screen phablets in the market. Although Windows Phone is comparatively hardware efficient, a lot of people want their devices to feature fastest hardware. It is bigger and faster than any other Windows Phone till date. Based on hardware specifications, it can easily compete with any other high-end Android phablet in the world right now.
Excerpt: It's difficult to believe that, until very recently, Nokia has been unable to ship Lumia devices with Full HD displays. However, a Windows Phone firmware update last year brought Full HD to the Lumia platform, and Nokia responded by launching the enormous, 6-inch Lumia 1520 - a statement designed to show that Nokia can play the stunning display game as well as anyone else.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 1520 is a phone worth purchasing, it offers a remarkable photography experience, it has a strong processor, a long life battery and an elegant colorful design. It’s still to be released in Egypt and the Middle East but if you’re in the market to buy a phablet and you liked what the Nokia Lumia series offered so far or you are considering buying the Samsung Galaxy Note III or the Sony Xperia Z Ultra , you should definitely consider the Nokia Lumia 1520 as...
Pros: Excellent camera, bright and clear screen, colorful design, fast processor and long battery life.
Cons: Physically large, has an irremovable battery and expected to be expensive.
Summary: Overall, I have to say that using the phone was such a pleasant experience for me. You can chalk it up to my bias for phablets, but I honestly believe that it’s one of the best phones Nokia have produced. As a daily driver, it’ll give you stellar performance, both in battery stamina and smartphone functions, all encased in an aesthetics that will surely blow anyone away. However, at PHP 34,990.00, it’s not something that everyone would jump on right away.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 1520 brings many "firsts" into the Windows Phone 8 platform and does it with style! it is a gorgeous looking slab of polycarbonate. It packs a lot of impressive hardware too, but does it justify the price tag? We feel that it does. It has a gorgeous screen, a blazing fast processor and a camera technology that has time and time again proved itself to be ahead of the competition.
Summary: 6 inches made in Finland. Big screen, Full HD resolution, a powerful Snapdragon 800, and a high-resolution camera. Nokia has finally arrived in the premium division, and presents its first phablet based on Windows Phone 8 called Lumia 1520. Read how it fares against the Android competition in our test report.
Pros: Exceptional telephone acoustics, Good screen, Excellent build, Decent battery runtimes, Good camera featuring DNG format support, Extensive additional software, Very good localization, Microsoft Office, Micro SD slot, LTE cat. 4, ac Wi-Fi, The screen looks good even without AMOLED, and is also convincing in sunlight. Besides that, the phablet's build quality is exceptional.
Cons: USB 2.0 only, No video out, Adverse one-handed usage, Stylus inputting not possible, A USB 3.0 port would have been welcome, or at least an MHL-capable port. We also missed the option of stylus inputting.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 1520 packs a sizable 12.9 Wh (3,400 mAh at 3.8 V) battery that delivers fantastic uptime. The battery isn’t removable, which keeps the handset slim, plus the inclusion of Qi wireless charging in the body should appease those who like cable-free charging without an additional cover. Nokia is edging closer to creating the perfect Windows Phone with the Lumia 1520.
Conclusion: The Lumia 1520 is the best Windows Phone we’ve ever reviewed. The only things holding it back are its large size, which will alienate many buyers, and WP8 itself. It’s a fitting end to Nokia’s phone legacy: fantastic hardware that would sell far better if it ran different software. Our hopes for an Android phone from Nokia may be dashed forever, but we’re happy to see the Finnish phonemaker go out strong.
Pros: Full HD screen, Extra space for more Live Tiles, Fast, powerful processor, Great 20-megapixel camera, MicroSD card support, Great battery life
Cons: Size will be too large for many, Stereo speakers would be nice, Windows Phone may be a turn off