The latest upgrade from the Nokia’s Lumia family is the new nokia Lumia 525. So does the Nokia Lumia 525 have in store for users. Let’s find out!
Specifications of Nokia Lumia 525
The Nokia Lumia 525 is a touchscreen smartphone, it weighs about 124.00 grams with a removable battery and comes in – Red, Black, yellow and White colors. Now coming to the display of the 525, it has a screen size of 4.00 inches and a Resolution of 480×800 pixels, 16 M colors for a standard phone.
Processor & Memory
It has a 1 GHZ dual core processor, A RAM of 1 GB along with an internal storage of 8GB; there’s also an expandable storage option which is up to a good 64 GB and the expandable storage type MicroSD.
Camera & Megapixel
The camera is a 5 Megapixel, there is no flash or front camera.
Software Support & Technology
It runs on the windows phone 8 technology. There’s no Java support nor browser support for flash. It has wifi with a standard support of 802.11 b/g/n along with Bluetooth. It does not have GPS, NFC, infrared, DNLA, WI-FI direct,MHL out,HDMI. It has a standard audio jack of 3.5 mm. It has Fm and MicroUSB and can be charged via Micro-USB , a propriety charging connector but does not have a propriety data connector. It is a single SIM device and use’s a standard micro-SIM and is GSM.
Sound Wave Files
Some features of the Nokia Lumia 525 includes the sns with integration, Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA player for Audio, MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player and Video, 7GB free
Cloud Storage & other features
SkyDrive storage, some regular features like document viewer, Photo and video editor, voice memo with dial and command and predictive text input.
It has a standard battery of Li-Ion 1430 mAh battery (BL-5J). A stand-by time of up to 336 hours on 2G and 3G and talk time up to 17 hours on 2G and up to 10 hours 40 mins on 3G. It also has a music play for up to 48 h.
There isn’t much happening with the Nokia Lumia 525 compared to the previous Nokia Lumia 520. A lot of the specifications of Lumia 520 is the more or less the same as Lumia 525.
When Nokia launched Lumia 520, it had many takers then probably because a lot of users had viewed it as great upgrade from the previous Lumia models and that really did it for Nokia but comparing this with Nokia 525 , it seems a bit disappointing because in terms of of looks and colors and other specifications , you can’t really term the Nokia 525 is a big change or upgrade.
A little dampener is that the Nokia Lumia 525 is slated to release in November 2013 to specific regions in Asia and then in the US and Middle-East but looks Unlikely at this point in UK. The Nokia Lumia is slated to first release in Singapore on December 14 and will cost around 1199 dollars.
There is isn’t really much point in spending that amount of money and wait for Lumia 525 when you can just go to a Nokia store and purchase a Lumia 520. It just doesn’t make sense, you might as well can go and buy a Samsung or an HTC device or even SONY Xperia (which has a very good range of models) considering if you’re not an ardent fan of Nokia.
Nokia Lumia 525 could’ve given its competitors a tough fight had the Nokia Lumia 525 was unique in design or specifications So all in all Nokia Lumia 525 is off to a disappointing start with not many great changes either in design or structure or specifications.