Living in the Philippines and have been hankering for the largest Windows Phone ever? Today is your lucky day then since the Nokia Lumia 1520 is now available through Nokia Stores. The largest (and most advanced) Windows Phone is now available in one of the most populated Asian countries.
The Lumia 1520 is an impressive phone. It packs a full 1080p display into the 6-inch IPS LCD screen. It’s a big, big phone. But with that extra screen real estate you’re also getting an extra column of Live tiles on your Windows Phone Start screen. On the backside you also have an impressive camera. Photography enthusiasts should be very pleased with the pairing of Nokia Camera and the 20MP PureView sensor. Inside the latest Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz makes sure you never see any lag on the system.
Our friends over at Nokia Revolution have visited two Nokia Stores in the Philippines and have seen the Lumia 1520 available ahead of the official launch. You’ll find it in select Nokia Stores and other retail outlets, but it might be wise to call ahead before showing up at a store that isn’t carrying the Lumia 1520 just yet.
Pricing wise the Lumia 1520 will set you back 30,590 Philippine Pesos (about $688) for an off-contract price. You can, however, also get it through a deferred payment plan by putting 1,600 PhP ($36) down and paying the rest over 24 months with no interest through CitiBank, BPI, BDO and Allied Bank credit cards through the “Buy Now, Pay Later’ program.
Wanting to grab the Lumia 1520? Check out the Nokia Stores near SM City North Edsa, SM City Sta or a MemoXpress outlet.
Any of our friends in the Philippines thinking of picking up the Lumia 1520? Sound off below.
Source: Nokia Revolution
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