The first image of what is reportedly the Nokia Lumia phablet device has surfaced on a Chinese website weibo.com. The leaked image by the Chinese website shows off the front bezel of 6-inch Nokia Lumia device. It has Windows Phone logo on it so it will be certainly joining Lumia family sometime in the near future.
The image gives a substance to previous rumor based on more or less reliable sources that Nokia is hard at work, and preparing to compete with the Android phablets that have already been dominating the large screen’s market from the very beginning.
As we already know, Samsung is also working on Galaxy Note 3 to boost its Galaxy Note lineup. Presumably the Korean manufacturer might introduce the Galaxy Note 3 at the IFA 2013 in Berlin Germany, but the company is still mum on the details. Meanwhile, HTC may bring a new member to the “One” family by adding HTC One Max. Therefore, Nokia could answer tentatively by the end of the year with a 6-inch Lumia, following a design similar to similar to the company’s flagship Windows Phone devices.
We have almost no details on hardware and its specs, but it’s possible that it might be rejigged a quad-core chip to compete with rivals. So Nokia has opened the doors for larger displays at the very moment in which they have just embraced the resolution 1080p with Nokia Lumia 1020. However, Nokia Lumia 625 features the largest screen so far — 4.7-inches, which is all set to land on the market by September.