New video shows off the Nokia Lumia 1320 in 360 degrees

Nokia Lumia 1320

Nokia has released a new promo video for the Nokia Lumia 1320 on their Youtube channel. The video shows off the device with 360-degree views. The big 6-inch display is definitely the highlight. As we go around the device, we see glimpses of Storyteller, camera roll, and Temple Run. We're also liking the background music!

Head past the break to watch the new video.

The Nokia Lumia 1320 is a mid-range affordable Windows Phone device. It features a 6-inch 768x1280 display, 5-megapixel camera, microSD expansion, dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1 GB of RAM, and more. Check out our hands-on video for more details.

The Nokia Lumia 1320 comes in matte yellow, matte black, glossy white, and glossy red. Release dates and pricing are still vague, but we know it will be in Singapore sometime in January.

Does the video make you want the Lumia 1320? Let us know in the comments!


Reader comments

New video shows off the Nokia Lumia 1320 in 360 degrees


I really love this phone. Even if it doesn't come to the states, I'm going to try to get my hands on one. :)

It would be a great option. This would be great released free on contract. I think it is a missed success.

I like the little bell at the top that says 4, after the lock screen goes away and on the home screen....wp 8.1?

It has 8 GB inbuilt storage that is very bad. The OS itself takes 1.9 GB space and thereby 7.1 GB is left for application and games. Wish Microsoft give us chance to install application and games on memory card.

My maths is not good. Very terrible !! By the way 8gb-1.9 gb= 6.1gb. And 6.1 gb is useless because of high end application and games. This device must have atleast 16gb.

And in Thailand, Lumia 1320 will available in first quarter of 2014. Head of Developer from Nokia Thailand said to me.

any news or rumors on a 5 inch lumia?execept that verizon 929 version,I mean an international version

From some angles, I agree. But not overall. Yet it is sexy in black and yellow. It is not an either or, though, because you buy the 1520 for the 21-megapixes, Snapdragon 800 et al