Leaked photo suggests Nokia’s 6-inch Lumia might be more than a rumor

A photo that has surfaced online shows what could be the rumored 6-inch Lumia smartphone, which Nokia is supposedly working on for a launch later this year. Will Nokia finally join the phablet game that every other manufacturer seems to be embracing lately?

Nokia Lumia EOS PureView Leaked photo suggests Nokias 6 inch Lumia might be more than a rumor

Is there a 6-inch Lumia Nokia is secretly working on in their labs? A previous rumor had suggested that might be the case, and now a leaked photo showing the display glass of a giant Nokia phone has surfaced, indicating that the company really is prepping up to join the “phablet” game that Samsung mastered with the Galaxy Note series.

6 inch lumia Leaked photo suggests Nokias 6 inch Lumia might be more than a rumor

No other details are currently available on this mysterious Lumia, but judging by the screen size it’s a safe bet that it will be one of the first Windows Phone devices with a 1080p resolution display. It might also be the first quad-core Windows Phone device, as the same update (GDR3) that will add support for 1080p resolutions is expected to add support for quad-core Qualcomm processors as well, and adding a PureView camera to the mix would only serve to attract a lot of consumer interest.

Nokia recently released the Lumia 625, which sports the biggest display the Espoo-based company has ever put on a smartphone, so could they be looking to top that in a grand way with a new Lumia that sports the monstrous screen you see above? There’s a surely a segment of users that would love to have an almost tablet-sized screen running Windows Phone instead of Android, and Nokia could very well be focusing on catering to that market next.

Would you buy a 6-inch Nokia Lumia, or would you prefer something a bit smaller?

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