Nokia is gearing up to launch a flagship phablet running Windows Phone 8.1, according to evleaks. Here we reveal everything we know about the Nokia Lumia 1525, including release date, price and specs. Also see: What to expect from Nokia at IFA 2014.
Nokia Lumia 1525: release date UK
Although no official release date has been announced, evleaks expects the Lumia 1525 to appear soon. It has already confirmed that in the US it will be available through all major operators - namely, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon - so we can expect to see the same here in the UK. Also see: 35 best smartphones of 2014
Nokia Lumia 1525: price UK
The official price of the Nokia Lumia 1525 is also yet to be released, but we can speculate that it won't budge far from the pricing model for its predecessor, the Lumia 1520 (pictured).
The Nokia Lumia 1520 cost £550 at the time of our review, although you can now buy it on Amazon at as little as £340, and it's available on a contract from £38 per month.
The slightly lower-spec Nokia Lumia 930 has also just been announced, and is going on sale at £33 per month from 17 July.
Nokia Lumia 1525: specs
According to evleaks the Lumia 1525 is a beefed-up, Windows Phone 8.1-powered 1520 (pictured) with its SoC upgraded to a Snapdragon 801.
However, in January PhoneArena.com reported that the Lumia 1525 would have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip with Adreno 420 graphics.
PhoneArena.com also says the Nokia Lumia 1525 has a 6in (1440x2560, 490ppi) touchscreen display, 3GB of RAM, a 3,400mAh battery and support for microSD. And it claims there will be a 25- or 30Mp camera and "some sort of solar-charging display panel".
We'll bring you more details on the Nokia Lumia 1525 as they appear.
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