It seems like a long tome ago since we saw the Nokia Lumia 1320. Indeed it was, launching way back in October 2013. At the time, there was talk of a European launch but it's only now that we have a shelf date for it.That date is 24 February or one week from today if you prefer. Either way, it means you can probably get a pre-order in for the mid-range phablet right now ahead of that date. EE, Virgin Mobile and Carphone Warehouse will all have stock and various price points, depending on what you are demanding from your contract. But as a guide, you can get it for 'free' on a £21 per month contract deal at Carphone Warehouse if you sign for two years. It is a 4G phone, so you'll be able to get a 4G deal with the right networks too.As for the rest of the features, those include a 6-inch 720p HD screen made with Gorilla Glass 3 and what's described as a 'super sensitive' touch screen, along with a 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip, 1GB RAM, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, 0.3-megapixel networking camera and 8GB of storage, backed up by MicroSD support and 7GB of OneDrive cloud storage. Pretty strong 3,400mAh battery too.All the usual Nokia apps are present, such as Nokia Music, Here Maps, Nokia Camera and the more recent Nokia Storyteller app, plus the growing number of apps you can get with Windows Phone 8.If that sounds like your kind of phone, get an order in now or wait until next week, when you should be able to get hands-on in one of the previously-mentioned retailers.