The last October Nokia made the jump to the big screen, and how. The manufacturer had remained discreet panels around the 4.5 inches (4.7 inches maximum), but with the arrival of the updated GDR3 took a major leap launching two phablets of 6 inches. One of them is the Nokia Lumia 1320, more focused midrange or entry but maintains the big screen as standard. The terminal has Windows Phone 8 and all functions of Nokia, but its technical background is a little below what we usually find in this size giants.
These are the adjectives that come to mind to qualify the Nokia Lumia 1320 screen. Users that put the visual experience of a panel of this size to other aspects such as functionality, without doubt find great appeal in screen Nokia Lumia 1320. Their 6 inches make any content look the very breadth of a tablet addition to the interface host to a row over Live Tiles-so we can have more access to the home screen without us having to scroll.
In this case Nokia has opted for a more low resolution, HD or 1,280 x 720 pixels, which provides a good sharpness, but not in all situations. We’ve noticed that interior looks great and the annoying pixelated effect are not seen. But their behavior in external strong sunlight is not as good as other models of the company. The brightness might be a bit short and there are some rather annoying reflections, but mostly it has struck us that in these situations is when most note that your screen is not FullHD. The corners of the Live Tiles or texts lose sharpness. However, the contrast is good and the blacks get a sharper sense of depth.
In terms of sensitivity, the screen activates the super sensitive mode to use with gloves, but unless we take positions best left in normal mode or in more than one occasion we find pressing elements that actually did not want to press.
Size is the most delicate in appearance such devices, and who will defend it to the hilt while others criticize it for lack of functionality. If we understand the Nokia Lumia 1320 as a phone to use, we can say that no, it is not for nothing functional. The device is too large to carry in a pocket, handle it with one hand is mission impossible and not to mention that when we took it to ear to talk. The Nokia Lumia 1320 looks awake curious to wonder what device is that as huge, and here is the crux of the matter.
And it is that the Nokia Lumia 1320 must be understood as a new type of portable device, because it is still portable. The user will side with this model should be clear that you will have to use two hands to handle comfortably and safely, and that there will be room for it in most of its pants pockets. However, it will be clear that you can enjoy the game on a much broader panel, see images with greater clarity or play videos in a more than acceptable size.
As for the design, Nokia continues to do very well. Although it is a simple model and its casing is removable, Nokia Lumia 1320 boasts form a solid and well built block with manicured details. In this case we have had to tone pattern in orange, very attractive and a matte finish very nice touch. The side buttons are also plastic and rounded forms the subject get comfortable, but its size can not entirely sure grip. The housing has no element beyond the necessary holes for connections and camera. As already mentioned, the back cover is interchangeable, but careful when removing it because you can only remove from the lower right corner, with this in mind it goes pretty well. Of size we have already spoken, and of course your weight is a bit high, but the usual level of tabletófono.
Nokia has very complete cameras, but in this case has touched the Nokia Lumia 1320 a rather simple at the level of hardware, because functions it is served. This is a sensor of 5MP lens with a fairly light, but is not ready to take pictures in difficult conditions. With the Nokia Lumia 1320 typical case, getting good photos when there is good light, for example outdoors one day sunny, but indoors or night images have noise and lose much definition, plus the colors are contaminated with as what kind of light. In such situations it is necessary to use flash -yes, as long as the object to be photographed is close enough, and I must say that is quite powerful, though sometimes the ink image on a slightly bluish tint. In the images in good light can reproduce accurate colors, good contrast and detail drawings (macro) are well defined.
In the section of video bet higher resolution and recorded in full HD 1080p, though the lack of optical stabilizer makes the movements are jerky. As with photos, videos in low light are diminished sharpness and overall quality. The front has a camera for video calls, but its resolution VGA not get good quality images, but plenty to get by.