The Nokia Lumia 525 is an interesting little device, creeping in and out of the spotlight recently. While the handset, codenamed "Glee," wasn't covered at Nokia World 2013 in Abu Dhabi, the Chinese certification agency has passed the Lumia 525 through on its website. Images published on the website (no longer available) were quickly grabbed by LiveSide and are on display above.
Alongside the certification in China, we've also had the Canadian concert ticket provider Live Nation offering the Nokia device as a prize (though this has since been updated to show the Lumia 520). Looking at the images above, the Lumia 525 does indeed look like the already available (and massively popular) Lumia 520.
Details are still yet to be confirmed, but rumours point to a WVGA display, dual-core CPU, 1GB RAM and a strong focus on music - it's not known what this may include. Twitter profile @evleaks has also hinted at the Lumia 525 coming in yellow, white and orange. We'll be sure to keep our eyes peeled for more information. Watch this space.
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