The Nokia Bandit device from Nokia will be the first HD 1080p Windows phone device. The company is still in the initial phases of launching the phone and that’s why the exact of launch is still unknown. The
Nokia Bandit is a 6-inch device, is likely to come out before the end of the year.
There are some details available about the phone at the moment like ‘Bandit’ is a codename of the new phone and that the gadget will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor. The display will be 1080p. The Verge has sited resources at Nokia has reported about Nokia being busy with the development of 6-inch screen phablet.
One of the exciting features of the phone is the rear camera. If the reports are anything to go by, the Bandit will carry a 20MP rear camera, which is certainly a great facet of the phone. As far as the design is concerned, there may possibly be a modest bump that resembles the Lumia 925.
This ‘bump’ in the design is necessary to make way for the camera, it is known. The phone is built with a polycarbonate body and is pretty thin and therefore light in weight. In the meantime, Microsoft is busy with enhancing the Windows phone for extending support for a device like Bandit.
There are some necessary changes to accommodate the 1080p display. There will also be an extra column for Live Tiles, which will be visible on the Start Screen. GDR3, which happens to be the latest Windows Phone update, is also inclusive of rotation lock apart from some UI modifications.