The most striking thing about the Nokia Lumia 1520 is its big 6 inch, full HD display which makes it one of the largest handsets to ship with Microsoft’s Windows Phone software. But like other high-end Nokia devices, it also has pretty powerful specs and a high quality camera.

Now there are reports that Nokia is going to take some of those features and squeeze them into a smaller package. The new phone would be called the Nokia Lumia V.

nokia lumia v

The Lumia V is said to have  a 4.3 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 3000mAh battery, and wireless charging.

It’d have a 14MP Nokia PureView camera. While that’s not quite as impressive as the 41MP camera that comes with the Lumia 1020, Nokia’s cameras tend to snap high quality photos with better color saturation than you get from many smartphone cameras.

via Phone Arena and WMPowerUser

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6 replies on “Rumor: Nokia Lumia 1520 V could have 14MP camera, 4.3 inch display”

  1. I may be nitpicking, but I think it’s important to point out that this is not just “one of the biggest” windows phones, it is BY FAR the largest Windows phone, by over an inch.

  2. Take my money! Phones have grown too large over the past few years. I remember when I got my Samsung Captivate (Original Galaxy S) and thinking that it was huge. When a friend got the HTC Evo (4.3″), I thought there was no way phones could get larger! Now I am left with the option of a 5″ or a 6″ phone. Going back to 4.3″ (which seems tiny) would be fantastic, especially if the resolution stayed the same.

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