A little over a month after Nokia unveiled the Lumia 1320 and it's finally making its way through the FCC. Indeed, the measurements in the filing line up almost exactly with what we saw in Dubai, confirming that the 6-inch smartphone is quite the behemoth of a handset. The document shows that this particular iteration is meant for the global market, as it has support for LTE bands 3, 7 and 20, none of which are used in the US. It also has WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and quad-band HSPA with no AWS support for T-Mobile. Of course, that doesn't mean it won't be available for US carriers in the future, but those who need a large Windows Phone 8 device right now might want to take a look at its higher-end brother instead.
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