Nokia Bandit, a big-screen Windows phone is making buzz. It is rumored that Nokia is working on a big-screen Windows Phone Codenamed “Bandit”, that is expected to release later this year. The handset includes a full 1080p 6-inch display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor and a 20-megapixel camera with the latest version of Windows Phone.
Nokia Bandit Windows Phone is said to be thin and lightweight, and includes a polycarbonate body. There will be a slight hump at the rear of the device to house 20-megapixel camera, similar to the Lumia 925.
Nokia Bandit will have some additional column of Live Tiles on the Start screen, rotation locking, driving mode, and some minor UI modifications. Thanks to the Windows Phone GDR3 update.
Nokia’s Big-screen Bandit device is apparently being tested at AT&T in US with the latest version of Windows Phone. The device will debut by the end of the year.