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Pro 6'' (1280 x 720) LCD display
The most differentiating feature of the 1320 from other smartphones is it's screen size. The display is enormous. Luckily though this display is more than just huge. The brightness is very strong and the display excels in outdoor visibility because of the built in polarizing filters. The 1320 also offers a super-sensitivity option in the settings that allows for the use of the touchscreen with gloves. The super-sensitive display is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Colors are accurate although a little under saturated for some tastes. Fortunately the color temperature and saturation of the 1320 can be adjusted to a small extent with the Nokia color profile app. The only real possible disappointment of the 1320's display is the PPI. The PPI of the 1320 is a somewhat low 245 pixels per inch. Pixelation is not an issue but text does not look as crisp as higher end smartphones. Although most have not found the PPI to be an issue at all.
Pro 3400 mAh battery
The 1320 shares the same battery as the 1520. Both the 1520 and the 1320 take advantage of their large size and give the user fantastic battery life. Although the 1320 is even better though with its more modest specifications. A heavy user should easily make it through the day and if you are a light user 2-3 days is reasonable. Unfortunately though the battery is non-replaceable if the battery life ever decreases over time.
Pro Fantastic unlocked price
The 1320 is available online unlocked and contract free for just over $300. This is a fantastic price for a phone of this size and quality.
Pro Dual-core 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 with 1GB of RAM
Pro Vibrant color choices
One of the best impacts Nokia has had on the smartphone industry is the influx of color. No longer are smartphones limited to the tired colors of black and white. The 1320 is available in a bright yellow, orange, white, and black.
Pro MicroSD card support
The 1320 has a MicroSD card slot for storage expansion. Currently with Windows Phone 8, only user files such as music and photos can be put on the card. But with the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update applications can be saved to the card and MicroSD cards up to the massive 128GB size will be supported.
Con 5 MP rear facing camera and VGA front facing camera
The cameras are nothing impressive but this was a concession Nokia had to make to keep the price down. Overall the performance is respectable but it is no PureView. Low light performance is lacking as well with no OIS like other Lumias.
Con 8GB of internal storage
The 1320's only option for internal storage is 8GB to keep the price down. Fortunately the device has MicroSD support.