Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd Oct 2013 16:15 UTC

To open Nokia World 2013 in Abu Dhabi, former CEO Stephen Elop unveiled Nokia's first tablet alongside several new handsets. Rumors had been building that some bigger Lumias were coming, with Windows Phone Update 3 including support for 1080p phones, and fuzzy pictures of increasingly larger handsets being leaked. Looking over the lineup and specifications, there's a lot to like in the new Lumias.

I like the new Asha phones the most. The Lumias are just more of the same, and still limited not by hardware, but by software.

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RE: As long as we are on the topic
by Wafflez on Wed 23rd Oct 2013 16:25 UTC in reply to "As long as we are on the topic"
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Aye, I recently bought Lumia 920 and it's a bit too big. Well, I know I would never buy a bigger phone.

And I don't get thse big phones - too big as a phone, too small as a tablet.

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The younger women at work seem to like them.

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gan17 Member since:

Same over here. I suppose it's more practical in some sense, since most chicks tend to carry handbags. Phablets could also double as decent sized mirrors, making em useful for make-up and whatnot.

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