A contest being held jointly by Nokia and concert ticket sales giant Live Nation seems to have confirmed one of Nokia's rumored upcoming handsets, the Lumia 525. the Nokia All Access contest is offering the winner two tickets to a Live Nation concert of their choice in Canada, as well as a Nokia Lumia 525. Oops.
The Lumia 525 was first named in a tweet by leaker Evleaks last month, equating it with the device codenamed "Glee."
We also know from the 5xx naming convention, that the Lumia 525 will be a variant of Nokia's economy-line Lumia 520. Add in the fact that the cash value of the grand prize in the contest rules is $250, and the picture is painted pretty clear.
Despite what looks to be Live Nation letting the cat out of the bag on the Lumia 525, we still haven't gotten much in the way of details on the device and what sets it apart from its sibling Lumia 520. Since the contest prize is confined to Canada, it's a good bet we'll see coming to a carrier up north in the near future.
You can check out the source link below if you want to enter the contest.
Source: Live Nation; Via: MyNokiaBlog
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