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Thursday, 18 April 2013 11:26

Nokia seems to think we need a Windows phablet

Written by Peter Scott

Coming later this year

Nokia is apparently looking to expand its Lumia line with the first Windows Phone phablet. The news comes from the Financial Times, which leads us to believe that it is not just another rumour generated by fanboys.

The Lumia phablet reportedly sports a display bigger than 5 inches and it might appear later this year. There is still no word on specs on any concrete info for that matter, but the move seems logical. Samsung is currently the king of the phablet market, but Windows Phone lovers who feel they need a big screen are really not catered to by anyone.

In addition to the phablet, Nokia is also rushing to bring the long rumoured Lumia EOS to market by July. The EOS is said to feature a 41-megapixel PureView camera and it might very well be the best camera phone of 2013, provided the new iPhone doesn't blow us away with something even more impressive.

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