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Topic # 133455 22-Oct-2013 22:25 Send private message

The newest high end smartphone from nokia and possibly the last.

http://www.nokia.com/us-en/phones/phone/lumia1520/
That screen 





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  Reply # 920061 23-Oct-2013 00:43 Send private message

Looks very nice.
Just got the 1020 though.
What makes you say possibly the last?




GZMCC. Nokia Lumia 1020,Galaxy Note 3, Asus Vivo Tab RT, Cam Am Spyder RS. Samsung Galaxy Gear



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  Reply # 920070 23-Oct-2013 06:01 Send private message

Well how often could they release a high end flagship now that they've got all the screen sizes covered?





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  Reply # 920085 23-Oct-2013 07:49 Send private message

benokobi: Well how often could they release a high end flagship now that they've got all the screen sizes covered?


Still need a 5" 41Mpx phone.

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  Reply # 920311 23-Oct-2013 12:05 One person supports this post Send private message

a new device for an extra 0.5" screen?

doubt it. A lot.



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  Reply # 920394 23-Oct-2013 13:52 Send private message

wasabi2k: a new device for an extra 0.5" screen?

doubt it. A lot.




Not just 0.5", Full HD also. The 929 will have Full HD 5" screen, but only 20Mpx camera :-(  I'd expect one mid-next year, so will need to get the 1020 in the meantime...

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  Reply # 920464 23-Oct-2013 15:55 One person supports this post Send private message

Mmmmmm......want

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  Reply # 937264 19-Nov-2013 12:58 Send private message

Wonder if Telecom will carry this here? They've taken loads of WP devices.

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  Reply # 956730 23-Dec-2013 22:41 Send private message

Hey guys. Requested the unlock. Was wondering if anybody was still interested in this device? Also does anybody have any word on if this will be coming to NZ anytime soon? I am thinking about going from Android-Windows (Havent tried and I want to) but that means dropping my HTC one for something.

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  Reply # 956733 23-Dec-2013 22:49 Send private message

Been watching video reviews and reading up on the Lumia 1520. Really want this phone now as it has a great camera, display, battery life and internal specs.

Going to wait till MWC 2014 in February and see if any other WP8.1 device will be announced. Hopefully the Lumia 1520 will drop in price by then at parallel importers.

Expansys.co.nz has it for $800 + GST




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  Reply # 957033 24-Dec-2013 18:46 Send private message

Saw this phone at the Microsoft Store in Vegas early this month.

Great looking phone, awesome screen and quality Nokia build.

But for me it is just too big.

I recommend you try to see one before buying as you might find it too big also.

Just my 2 cents.

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  Reply # 966450 13-Jan-2014 21:12 Send private message

it seems big, once you use it for a few days, a 625, 920, 925, 1020 seem way too small http://conversations.nokia.com/2014/01/10/lumia-1520-start-screen/

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  Reply # 966460 13-Jan-2014 21:28 Send private message

I had word from Nokia not last week ago, that they don't have any plans to release it in New Zealand currently.




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  Reply # 966486 13-Jan-2014 21:47 Send private message

Well if Telecom, Vodafone or 2Degrees want to sell them here...

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  Reply # 966487 13-Jan-2014 21:49 Send private message

I am totally sold on the productivity enhancements on the large form factor phones

when i use my iphone now i really realise how pathetically small the screen is

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  Reply # 966493 13-Jan-2014 22:04 Send private message

Definitely. Wait you have an iPhone??

When I try to use the iPhone review unit compared to the Note, it certainly is small!




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