by January 7, 2014 0 comments

Nokia India has taken wraps of its Lumia 1320 and Lumia 525 devices that will be available to consumers in the country in the coming weeks. Priced at Rs 23,999 and Rs 10,399 these two devices are the latest addition to Nokia’s Windows Phone range for the Indian market.

Both the Lumia’s were first talked about at the Nokia World event that took place in the last months of 2013. Lumia 1320 is the company’s first affordable phablet and slightly streamlined version of the 6 inch Lumia 1520 phablet. But the more interesting part about Nokia’s announcement today is the launch of Lumia 525, which is the definite successor to the company’s high-selling Lumia 520 smartphone.

The Lumia 525 sports the same 4 inch 800×480 pixels display, runs on Windows Phone 8 platform, packs Snapdragon dual-core chipset, 5 MP rear camera, 8 GB expandable storage and a 1430 mAh battery. But the most notable change has been addition of a 1 GB RAM that will supplement better device performance and cater to Windows’s myriad app listing.

Users across the world have cribbed about Lumia 520’s apparent lagging and device freeze issues but with 1 GB RAM, Nokia believes the solution to consumer queries have been well and truly answered. Apart from 1 GB RAM, the Lumia 525 is a full fledged replica of the 520 and one gets a feeling that Nokia could have tried out some more additions rather than just adding up 512 MB RAM more. But for a price of Rs 10,399, Lumia 525 could turn out to be Nokia’s masterstroke in its competition with the affordable Android models that are available in abundance.

Nokia Lumia 525 is available from today onwards while Lumia 1320 hits stores on 13th January. 

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