Nokia's first phablet effort, the Lumia 1520, turned out to be a large slab, stuffed to the gills with top-shelf smartphone tech like a 20 MP PureView camera, 4 HAAC mics, and the groundbreaking Assertive Display technology.
All that jazz can be yours for $749 without a contract in the US, and yet-undisclosed price with carrier subsidies. What about the rest of the world, though? Well, Nokia's Nstore in Italy just solved that mystery, listing the colorful phablet officially for € 699.99. This is for the 32 GB phablet with shipping slated for next month, and a € 99 preorder tag.
Electronics' prices in USD usually directly translate to the more expensive Euros, but Nokia apparently decided not to be so harsh on Italians with the Lumia 1520. This prices it similar to any other flagship phone or phablet in Europe, so we will follow the sales development with interest, as this might be the last major Nokia handset before Microsoft takes over the smartphone division.