Finnish manufacturer Nokia, right after unveiling their first phablet in the country, today showcased the successor of their highly successful low-cost phone, Nokia Lumia 520. The successor, Lumia 525, was showcased alongside the Lumia 1320 which is basically a low cost version of the 1520.
Speaking of what comes with the Lumia 1320, there’s a large 6 inch display, covered in Gorilla Glass 3 and packing a resolution of 1280 x 720p. The phablet features the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with a dual core CPU clocked at 1.7GHz along with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, that can be taken up to 64GB via a microSD card. The phone goes easy on the camera department, featuring a 5MP main camera along with a VGA unit on the front. There’s a large 3400mAh battery to go with, which should take you through one day without hassles. Like other Lumia phones of this age, the 1320 will come with the WP8 operating system.
Coming to the Lumia 525, the phone is pretty much a Lumia 520 with 1GB of RAM. Users of the high-selling Lumia 520 complained of poor performance due to low RAM availability, which is exactly what Nokia address with the Lumia 525. Other specifications remain the same, including a 1GHz dual core processor, 8GB on board ROM, WP8 operating system, 5MP main camera at the rear with autofocus, no front camera and a 1430mAh battery.
There’s no word on pricing yet, but the devices will be made available in the country in the first half of January 2014.
|Model||Nokia Lumia 525||Nokia Lumia 1320|
|Display||4 inches 800 x 480p||6 inches 1280 x 720p|
|Processor||1 GHz dual core||1.7 GHz dual core|
|Battery||1430 mAh||3400 mAh|
|Price||To be announced||To be announced|