While Nokia is yet to venture in the big screen devices, the rumours of such devices is getting all the Nokia fans excited. Although earlier everyone thought these were just baseless rumours, the devices have now started showing up at benchmarks.
According to sources, Nokia is indeed working on a 5.2 inch phablet which might be called the Nokia Lumia 825. The device was spotted at the GFXBench and is said to have 1280 x 720 pixel resolution. The phablet is expected to feature a quad core Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz. The phone is also said to support Miracast and NFC wireless connectivity, besides a dual SIM version.
However, the Nokia Lumia 825 may not launch until the GDR3 update of the Windows Phone OS is out, as it requires the update to support the new features. Microsoft, however doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to launch the update, thus making us wait for the phablet even longer.