Nokia held its own event on the fringe of CES - no new devices were revealed but the Finns showed the Lumia 1320 and Lumia 525 to the press and public. There's a lot riding on those devices, even though they are not the flagships in their respective categories.
Perhaps this is exactly why they are so important - the Lumia 520 holds a third of the Windows Phone market and the 525 is a welcome update. The Lumia 1520 is rarely seen in the hands of people, but it's Nokia's first phablet. Perhaps too pricy for some though, which is where the Lumia 1320 comes in.
The Nokia Lumia 525 should be more familiar - it's a refinement of the Lumia 520, which as we said is the most popular WP handset by a huge margin.
The main difference between the Lumia 1320 and the 525 then is in the screen size and LTE support. Not that those are small things, plus the chipset on the phablet is more powerful, allowing it to capture 1080p video, but other than that it's close.
That makes the Lumia 525 an amazing entry-level phone, just like its predecessor, but what does it mean for the Lumia 1320? Jump on the next page and find out.
Have been using Lumia 525 for over 8 months now. Upgraded to W8.1 over wi-fi (takes about 45 mins at 1 gbps). Have had to reboot only twice during use so far...as opposed to multiple times in my earlier Android. Smooth interface, clean screen. Incomi...
Yes. Download the maps in your phone.....takes up about 1GB.