Vankeshwar, 13 May 2014whn i am play games that time my mobile is camara side heat.(Back side). let me klnow the solu... morethis is normal. close all the unused apps and games. long press the left arrow key in phone you can see what are the apps and games running background, close all except the game which you playing. this will reduce the heat
Download link of whatsapp
it says WhatsApp is not availble for your phone. :'(
where to download whatsapp for lumia525 any give me link email@example.com
Nokia Lumia 525 is an amising hantset if you keep the camera aside. 1 Gb ram is more the enough for an entry level smartphone,good for gaming. For a detailed review on Lumia 525 visit http://mynokialumia.com/nokia-...full-review/
stuck between ram vs processor. 525 or 630. what should we consider most? please reply me all dear friends
Yes of course this is better than any other phone at 10k and there is android phone which has stength to fight with this phone the perfomance, build quality, after sales, battery life are superb. It can run any game like asphault 8 which is 1.5 gb and it runs on this smoothly and the apps are too good provide by nokia.
kkongsmarena, 23 May 2014have been using the Lumia 525 for nearly a fortnight now. PROS : * Truly smooth interface... moreUpgrade to windows 8.1. You can move your apps and games to sd card and vise verse.
Yup. It supports whatsapp. I have been using this phone since 3rd April and I am highly satisfied with it. I strongly recommend you to buy this phone.
have been using the Lumia 525 for nearly a fortnight now.
* Truly smooth interface (as claimed)
*Very good resolution (of course, Moto E does give some serious competition)
* Apps run real smooth unlike my earlier Panasonic T31 (which was awful)
* Clear sound quality...especially the noise cancellation feature which ensures excellent audio to the person at the other end (have spoken to ppl in crowded marketplaces...and never heard a 'pardon me' or 'what was that?' or 'i cannot hear you')
* Windows has announced update 8.1 which should take care of some niggling issues
* No file manager feature (a big plus in Android). Except for images and videos, the SD Card cannot store anything by default, unless you hook it up to a Laptop or the like. And even after that, the OS does not recognize files like pdf.
* Very few apps available (approx 40k apps for Windows versus 430k for Android). And that probably will not change soon as Microsoft charges $99 for every app loaded on Windows Market
* No flash
All in all, its more of a business phone than a typical smartphone. But am happy with it nevertheless...
Ted, 23 May 2014And then there's the camera issue. Moto G has flash and a front camera. Lumia 525 does NOT.... moreIs Watsup runs smoothly on 525 please tell me pls pls pls pls pls pls. Its very urgent i want to buy quickly
Friends as I am planning to shift from Samsung to Nokia Lumia 525. I just want to know is lumia 525 modal alloow to download google plus appps ( as i suppose its not a built in Feture) ...... Friends pls reply as i want to shift to nokia at the earliest......
K.D, 22 May 2014Can anybody plz tel me that shoud I buy moto g or lumia 525.d only prblm wid lumia 525 is dat ... moreAnd then there's the camera issue.
Moto G has flash and a front camera. Lumia 525 does NOT.
Still, I liked the camera on the Lumia 525 better than the Moto G (it's awesome for daylight and even dim-light photography IMO) but I guess that's a personal choice which is probably biased to Nokia :D Motorola is a great company, I respect them but I love Nokia more so basically, my opinions can't be trusted :D
Like I said, it ultimately boils down to user requirement. WHAT DO YOU WANT IN A PHONE?
K.D, 22 May 2014Can anybody plz tel me that shoud I buy moto g or lumia 525.d only prblm wid lumia 525 is dat ... moreDepends on what your requirements are.
Moto G is an equally good phone as the Lumia 525 if not better. http://phonerocket.com/smartph...orola-Moto-G
While the Lumia 525 has less than half the processing power, screen resolution and a tiny screen compared to the Moto G, what we should remember is that the Windows Phone OS is one that's growing at a faster pace than Android. Unlike Android, it is not as resource hungry, it will not clutter up and slow down as time progresses (unless of course if you take extra special care of your phone... Which is not what an average smartphone user will bother to do)
By and large (at least on paper), the Moto G is the perfect option when comparing the two, but remember that the Moto G restricts you to 8 or 16 GB storage space with NO EXPANSION SLOTS via SD Cards. And personally, I wouldn't even DREAM of buying the 8 GB Moto G variant, that's just suicide.
Then again, if you're a tech junkie and like a more open OS than Microsoft's offerings, go for Android.
It's really up to you : )