Nokia’s Lumia range has been relatively successful in the market, in fact they command over 80 percent of the entire Windows Phone 8 market share around the globe. Time and again it has been rumored that Nokia is going to develop a phablet, a device that will have a display larger than at least 5 inches. Nokia Lumia 825 is said to be one such device, though its probably not going to be the flagship phablet that has been rumored in the past. The Lumia 825 will reportedly have a 5.2 inch display, a quadcore processor and dual SIM capability, which means that the device might only be released in select markets.
It is believed that the Lumia 825 might have a mid-range Qualcomm quadcore processor, such as the Snapdragon 400, likely to be clocked at 1.2GHz, presumably aided by 1GB of RAM. A full 1080p HD resolution display isn’t expected, that is expected in the high-end Nokia phablet that will reportedly have a display of around 6 inches. The fact that it is said to have dual SIM capability, is enough to give rise to speculation that the Lumia 825 might be geared towards emerging markets where consumer interest exists for dual SIM smartphones. No firm release time frame is available as yet for this device, though it is believed that the launch might take place around October. [Image via Dopsy]
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