Living down under? Hopefully you’re enjoying summer, because a hot handset is coming to Australia soon. Nokia Australia has just announced pricing and availability of the Nokia Lumia 1320. Pricing and dates below for our friends from a land down under.
The Nokia Lumia 1320 is an affordable large-screen Windows Phone from Nokia. It has a 1280 x 720 IPS display in a 6-inch screen. Other screen tech include Gorilla Glass 3, ClearBlack, Super Sensitive Touch, and a 60 Hz refresh rate. Driving the pixels is a 1.7 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor with 1GB of RAM. You’ll be taking pictures with a 5MP f/2.4 rear camera and storing those photos (along with your apps, games, music and videos) on the 8GB of included internal storage, though you can expand with a microSD card.
In Australia the Lumia 1320 goes on sale on the 4th of February and starts at AUD $449 (about $395 USD). Get it through Telstra or Vodafone, you can also buy it outright from Harvey Norman and other retailers.
Any of our friends in Australia thinking of picking this bad boy up? Let us know below. Not sure if you’re going to? Check out our unboxing with the Lumia 1320 for our impressions.
Source: Nokia Australia, Via: Maxi-Geek
Thanks for the tip Luke!
Benchmarking the new Surface Book 3 15 with GTX 1660 Ti and 10th Gen i7
Although it's too early for a review, here are some initial benchmarks from the new Surface Book 3 15-inch with a Core i7 and NVIDIA GeForce 1660 Ti (Max-Q) and how it compares to Surface Book 2 and other premium laptops. Spoiler: While the CPU is just OK, that 1660 Ti definitely bumps up the Book 3's potential.
HP devices are facing BSOD and boot loops, but HP appears to have a fix
HP users saw some serious issues with PCs over the weekend, including the Blue Screen of Death and boot loops. Now, an update from HP might fix the issue.
Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Guide: Everything you need to know
Minecraft Dungeons is here, and it's time to run through everything you need to know about the game.
Set up a Surface Pro workstation with one of these external monitors
The Surface Pro is great on its own, but that doesn't mean you can't add one or two external monitors to it and create a sweet battlestation. Here are the best overall picks available now.