Nokia Lumia 525: Full specs + press renders leaked

The Windows Phone platform has seen some pretty significant growth around the world this year, with market share rising to 10% and beyond in some regions. A major component of this growth has been Nokia's Lumia 520, its entry-level Windows Phone which can be purchased without a contract for as little as $99.

The 520 has become not just the world's most popular Windows Phone, but the most popular of any Windows product - including not only phones, but also tablets, notebooks, and desktops. 

Recent leaks have revealed the existence of the Lumia 525, a follow-up to the hugely successful 520. Today, further leaks have revealed the clearest image so far of the 525, along with what appears to be a full list of specs for the device. 

The image above comes via regular leaker, evleaks, and shows the new handset in three colours: orange, white and yellow. It is unclear whether further colour options will also be made available. 

The spec sheet was leaked on China's Baidu, in a post which also included the second render shown above, and points to a solid set of upgrades for the budget-focused device: 

Networks: WCDMA 900/2100, 850/1900/2100, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
Speed: 3G HSPA+ (21Mbps)
Memory: 1GB RAM, 8GB onboard storage, support for microSD cards up to 64GB, 7GB free SkyDrive storage
Display: 4” IPS LCD WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) 16M colors, 2D hardened glass, super-sensitive touch 
Processor: 1 GHz Dual-Core Snapdragon™ 400
Camera: 5MP autofocus, video recording HD 720p 30fps
Size: 119.9 x 64 x 9.9mm
Weight: 124g
Connectivity: WLAN 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, microUSB, USB 2.0 High Speed
Battery: 1430 mAh
Audio: Single digital microphone, 3.5mm audio port, Nokia BH-121 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone


At this stage, it seems that the only things that we don't know about the Lumia 525 are details of its price and availability - but we'll bring you those details as soon as we can, so be sure to stay tuned to Neowin!

Source: evleaks on Facebook / Baidu via WMPowerUser | images via evleaks and Baidu

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