Remember the Nokia Lumia 1520? You know – massive screen, first Windows Phone phablet, launched ages ago?
OK, it's only a few weeks but it feels like ages, mainly because Nokia hasn't revealed an on sale date for the Lumia 1520 yet – until now, that is.
The 6in Windows Phone 8.1 handset is set to go on sale next Friday, December 6, and will be available on launch day from Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone (who started taking pre-orders a week ago), as well as Phones4U, O2 and independent retailers, Nokia says.
The Lumia 1520 has been priced at £599 SIM-free, while you'll be able to get it on contract from Vodafone starting at £38 per month provided you're willing to shell out £80 up front.
That will give you unlimited minutes and texts as well as 6GB of data per month. If you really don't want to fork out the £80 you can get it free but you'll have to make do with just 2GB. Or you can double that and still avoid an up-front charge, but it'll set you back £47 rather than £38 a month.
The Lumia 1520 is the first quad-core, full HD Windows Phone to hit the market, and brings with it a 6in display, Snapdragon 800 processor, 20MP PureView camera and 2GB of RAM.