• 4" (800x480) IPS LCD
  • 1GB
    MSM8227 SoC
    8GB Storage
  • 5-MP Rear: 1x Camera
  • 1430 mAh
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Specifications Highlights
ProductLumia 525 (2013)
Display4" 800x480 IPS LCD
Rear Camera(s)
  • 5-MP (Primary)
Selfie Camera(s)
    Computing
    • MSM8227 SoC
    • 1GB RAM
    • 8GB Storage
    • MicroSD (64GB max.)
    Battery1430 mAh
    DesignIP Rating, 124g (4.4oz), 119.9x64x9.9 mm (4.72 x 2.52 x 0.39 inches)
    Display
    TypeIPS LCD
    Diagonal (inches)4"
    Display/Body Ratio59.3%
    Resolution800x480
    Sharpness (PPI)233 PPI
    Features
    • Multitouch
    Color Depth24 bit (16,777,216 Colors)
    Camera 0
    NameRear Camera
    Megapixel5-MP
    Software Features
    • Geo Tag
    Video Resolutions
    • 720p/30fps
    Max. Photo Resolution2592x1936
    Camera 1
    NameFront Camera
    Battery
    Battery TypeLi-Ion
    Battery Capacity (mAh)1430 mAh
    Talk Time17 hours
    Music Playback Time48 hours
    Computing
    Processor BrandQualcomm
    Processor NameMSM8227
    Processor # Cores2
    Main Processor Frequency (GHz)Yes GHz
    RAM Options1GB
    Internal Storage Options8GB
    Memory Card TypeMicroSD
    Mem. Card Max. Size64GB
    Operating System + VersionWindows 8.1
    Communications
    Modem Features
    • GPRS
    • EDGE
    WiFi Speed
    • b
    • g
    • n
    WiFi Features
    • Hotspot
    Bluetooth VersionBluetooth 4.0
    Bluetooth Features
    • A2DP
    • BT LE
    Connector TypeMicro USB
    SAR EU Head0.72 W/Kg
    SAR EU Body0.79 W/Kg
    Sim Card 0
    NameSIM0
    SIM TypeMicro SIM
    Multimedia
    Audio Alerts
    • VIBRATION
    • MP3
    • WAV
    Audio Features
    • Loudspeaker
    • 3.5mm Port
    • Phone Noise Cancellation
    • FM Radio
    Audio Formats
    • MP3
    • WAV
    • WMA
    Video Formats
    • MP4
    • WMV
    • H.264
    Sensors
    • Accelerometer
    • GPS
    • A-GPS
    • GLONASS
    • Proximity

    Nokia Lumia 525 Specs & Speed Benchmarks

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    Battery Capacity (mAh)

    Higher is better