This is the first time I have done a proper review of any equipment in Clubsnap, so please bear with me for a bit.
I have gotten my Nokia Lumia 1520 for little more than a week now and is enjoying it thoroughly for everything it had to offer, but in this review, I will focus more on the photography and camera aspect of the mobile phone. Like the Nokia Lumia 1020, the 1520 came with Nokia's pureview technology.
(Photo courtesy of http://www.nokia.com/sg-en/phones/phone/lumia1520/)
When I first looked into getting a Windows phone (sometime last year when my dad gotten his Lumia 920), I was thrilled that Nokia was introducing the Lumia 1020 with a 41MP camera and a large sensor of 1/1.5" (which will thrump many of the compact cameras), reviews had it that, the 1020 had incredible camera system and with a attachable grip too.
However, when I was about to bite the bullet and get it earlier this month, I read about the 1520 (which was closer in size to my Samsung Note I) and had a massive battery and expandable memory slot. So it was a toss between the 1020 with its larger sensor to the 1520 that was newer and all reviews pointed to having extras in its software.
Finally, memory slot and battery life wins... and I gotten the Lumia 1520.
Below is the basic technical data of the Lumia 1520 (details can be taken from http://www.nokia.com/sg-en/phones/phone/lumia1520/)
Display size: 6"
Display resolution: 1920x1080
Flash: Dual LED
5MP (JPEG) + 19MP (DNG)
5MP (JPEG) + 19MP (JPEG)
5MP (JPEG) + 16MP (JPEG)
5MP (JPEG) + 16MP (DNG)
Processor name: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
Processor Type: Quad-core 2.2GHz
Battery size: 3400mAH
More of the reviews will come later and I will upload more photos and user experience (both pro and cons).