Nokia has launched its second phablet smartphone, the Lumia 1320.
The 6-inch Windows Phone device is available from today (December 27) in China, with plans to roll out to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore next.
The handset takes many of its features from the company’s first phablet, the Lumia 1520, with a few spec reductions.
While it retains the same 3400mAh 21-hour strong battery, the screen resolution is slightly less at 720 x 1280 and 245ppi – while the Lumia 1520 sports a 1080 x 1920, 369ppi display.
Elsewhere, the 4G LTE-capable device has a 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 processor alongside 1GB of RAM, which will set you back $339 (£205).
Nokia is yet to announce an international release date but said it would come to some territories in the coming weeks.