Nokia Said To Be Preparing The Lumia 1525 As Its Next Flagship

Nokia sure seems like a kid in a candy store. The company took a fair while before it launched Windows Phone devices with high-end hardware, but now it is now catching up fast with other big vendors in this race for specifications.

Take this new flagship device Nokia is rumored to be preparing.

Some new information that has come our way from @NextLeaks claims that the Lumia 1525 is on track to become available by this September. The name suggests that this new handsets will share many of the features of it is predecessor, the Lumia 1520.

But the company seems to be willing to take things to the next level, wherever possible.

For instance, while the device will still make use of a 6-inch touchscreen display, Nokia wants to include a full 2K display instead of the 1080p on the Lumia 1520.

Some 3GB of RAM will keep things breezing along fine, and the handset will be powered by a 3400mAh battery that reportedly could be charged by a solar display. 32GB of internal storage, expandable via a microSD card slot is also claimed.

A Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor is expected to beat in the heart of this upcoming smartphone.

In terms of imaging, it appears the device might come with a camera with a 25 or 30 megapixel sensor, meaning users can expect to take even more crystal clear photos than the already impressive shooter on the Lumia 1520.

Keener eyes among you may have noticed the fact that Windows Phone 8 currently only sports screen resolutions of up to 1920 by 1080 pixels. What this means is that the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update may actually come with support for 2K resolutions or higher.

In any case, these are just the earliest of rumors, and while you should take them with a small helping of salt, don’t be surprised if things actually pan out this way.

Nokia is already on a roll, and would want to keep the momentum going.

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