The Nokia Lumia 525 is a rather mysterious Windows Phone, but more details on the Lumia 520 successor are beginning to emerge. We recently looked at the handset passing certification in china (coupled with the above renders - since removed) and now full specifications alongside a press render have been published on the Chinese website, Baidu.
As previous rumours have speculated, the Lumia 525 (codenamed "Glee") is believed to have 1GB of RAM (an upgrade to the Lumia 520), as well as a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 CPU, 4-inch IPS LCD WVGA (800x480) display, 5MP rear shooter and 8GB internal storage with microSD support. A 1,430mAh is said to power the product.
As one can see with the above render, we're looking at a device which shares a similar look to the Lumia 520. We expect to see the Windows Phone to be available in a variety colours when official announced. Would you be looking forward to such a device launching?
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