Nokia recently unveiled the Lumia 525, the successor to Lumia 525, the popular budget Windows Phone device. Nokia retained the looks of the Lumia 520, including the affordable pricing. If the Lumia 520 had 512MB RAM, the Lumia 525 now features 1GB of RAM, dramatically improving its performance. It still features a 4-inch screen and packs a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor, a 5-megapixel auto-focus rear camera and a microSD slot for storage expansion.
The Nokia Lumia 525 is priced at around $180. Hopefully this will be priced cheaper when it arrives in the Philippines. For $180, I’d rather get the Android-running Moto G, which is way better than the Nokia Lumia 525.
Here is the promo video for the Nokia Lumia 525.
If you want to see the complete specs and features of the Nokia Lumia 525, go here.