Nokia Lumia 825 might be a budget 5.2" Windows Phone with quad-core Snapdragon 400

Nokia Lumia 825 might be a budget 5.2
An interesting notion surfaced about Nokia's upcoming big-screen phones portfolio. Sources indicated that leaked specs for a "budget" phablet of sorts are actually what might end up as a Nokia Lumia 825.

The phone is expected to sport a large 5.2" display with 720p resolution, and be powered by a quad-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, pointing at the Lumia that leaked on GFXBench not long ago.

This means that the phone should arrive with the GDR3 Windows Phone update that introduces support for higher resolutions and more processor cores. The new Lumia is said to also sport Miracast and NFC wireless connectivity, dual SIM version, and the QuickCharge option. 

There's certainly a place for big-screen Windows Phones, and Nokia will apparently be ready to deliver as soon as Microsoft ends its sweet development time with the WP8 GDR3 update.

via Dospy



1. Seo_Joo_Hyun

Posts: 65; Member since: Jul 14, 2013


4. tiara6918

Posts: 2263; Member since: Apr 26, 2012

What's the matter Seohyun with nokia's big mid range handset? I think this is the definitely a good start for them.

20. Seo_Joo_Hyun

Posts: 65; Member since: Jul 14, 2013

ik , Nokia FTW

54. kabir02

Posts: 18; Member since: Dec 16, 2010

Don't be suprised because Nokia is taking us home of triumph.

6. maverick786us

Posts: 159; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

Thats definately a good news, that means a Lumia 9XX series with quad core SD 800 and 1080P screen might be in the pipeline too. Why should Lord be merciful on you, diaper girl?

2. sharz7474

Posts: 18; Member since: Apr 27, 2012

Bring it on Nokia...:)

42. akki20892

Posts: 3902; Member since: Feb 04, 2013

Great strategy by Nokia. Nokia will break limits after GDR3 just wait and WATCH!!!!!

3. sonisoe

Posts: 440; Member since: May 06, 2009

you tell me if > 70% of nokia's employees werent kicking themselves in the butt feeling sorry that it should be them ruling the smartphone world instead of samsung, had eflop gone for android vs wp... nokia = super quality hardware + beautiful looking devices + killer camera, neither samsung are offering...

8. sri_tech

Posts: 188; Member since: May 21, 2013

People don't care about beautiful looking phones and super quality hardware as much as you think. Otherwise they won't buy Samsung at all. Its good that Nokia going with WP instead of android. We don't need 2 horse race like PC industry.

10. Antonyjoseph

Posts: 217; Member since: Apr 06, 2013

You are so right. Many people I know wouldn't even think of buying a Samsung if Nokia were also making Android phones. But WP is getting better each day. I only wish MS would speed up things a bit. Nokia is doing everything it can.

53. Jehovah

Posts: 69; Member since: Jun 25, 2013

My office has 12 individuals, 10 Samsung users, 1 LG and yours truly with Nokia and Samsung. I did an informal survey and simply all of them would switch back to Nokia if they went Android. I am really into WP and never wished for a Google monopoly, but there is some evidence that Nokia could do just great with Android. I think the availability is really helping Samsung here in Brazil. Their top products reach our stores within a month or so. With Nokia the wait is excruciating, the Lumia 920 took more than 5 months to get here. There is no sign of the 925. And I can only hope the the Lumia 1020 would get here by december...

39. neutralguy

Posts: 1152; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

Youre right. People tend to buy samsung phones because of the gimm.. err features it offers for its phones. I did also have samsung because it has more features. I may not use them all but at least, I have options. It also comes handy at times, especially multiwindow. Also, samsung does great marketing. It skyrocketed Samsung's sales.

5. darkvadervip

Posts: 366; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

Always a hater! This ain't about android or Samsung so shut up and just enjoy the message.

7. Antonyjoseph

Posts: 217; Member since: Apr 06, 2013

Bring it on Nokia. So we have a 4.7" 625 and now a 5.2" 825. So how about a 4.3" 525, 5" 725 and a 5.5" 930 (Since 925 is already there). While we are at it, how about a 3.5" barebones Lumia 325.

9. maverick786us

Posts: 159; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

I am sure this time they will not rename it 825 because they can't relaunch 925. But it will be a different league of smartphones with quad core processors. Starting from 5XX and 6XX series having 1.0Ghz Quad core, 7XX and 8XX series having 1.1Ghz Quad Core and 9XX series with SD800 quad core and 1080P screen

37. neutralguy

Posts: 1152; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

Maybe 1025 with 5.5-6" screen and aluminum body and same camera like the 1020. Quadcore with 2gb of ram, 1080p display. 2500-3000mAh battery?

48. grapeseed87

Posts: 123; Member since: Mar 13, 2013

How about 990? Then At&T version can be 991, Tmob 992, etc. Eventually Verizon gets a 995.

11. ryq24

Posts: 876; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

Everything seems look very promising until you realize it's a windows phone. This will fail.

13. muhsen

Posts: 281; Member since: Jun 07, 2012

no it won't, lumia sales r increasing every Quarter. a phone like this will make sales explode. and hello lumia 520 which is a hit everywhere from the US to europe to asia, isn't that a windows phone ?? dare u to call that this phone failed

18. Credo

Posts: 749; Member since: Apr 19, 2012

And this in a very compettitive market, very good job Nokia! Greetzz.

28. Lyngdoh

Posts: 319; Member since: Sep 06, 2012

WTF is 'Greetzz.'? Do u fart after every comment you posted?

46. Credo

Posts: 749; Member since: Apr 19, 2012

Yes i do, you got a problem with that? Greetzz.

12. user996

Posts: 221; Member since: Feb 25, 2013

what those extra 2 cores are for?

14. Nematc

Posts: 28; Member since: Feb 02, 2012

Lightning speed.

15. RobotMan

Posts: 145; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

WP need only one core. Why waste.

27. Nathan_ingx

Posts: 4769; Member since: Mar 07, 2012

The two extra cores are there to make the spec crazy people happy.


Posts: 4851; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

Nope. So your telling me a V6 engine to a V8 to a V12 engine are the same to run.... The other 2 cores will push system, the other pushes the screen, other pushes the apps, and one for sync. You will have less power on all Cpu so it dosen't consume battery. The cpu will float at 300+ instead of 600MHZ. ™

34. Nathan_ingx

Posts: 4769; Member since: Mar 07, 2012

O cut the crap with the car analogy. It's never a valid ride on cars, you don't ride on phones, they do tasks. You don't need an extra if what you have is enough to take care of everything within that device. More...more...more...that's what you want...nothing else.

41. Dastrix unregistered

Welcome back! Oops, I forgot, you're 'limited.' Yet, you keep throwing trash out of your filthy mouth. At any rate, it doesn't matter because the fact that your thought-process and understanding is just as limited more than makes up for it. You just went full retard. Never go full retard. Let me break it down for you. You know nothing about technology, so don't go on commenting with your inaccurate and irrelevant garbage. Nathan served you right, but the fact that you're saying that a V6 can't be compared to a V8 or V12 is total BS, and I couldn't help it but to laugh and make you look like a total retard. Just because you're one doesn't mean that others are. You know nothing about cars, and you dare compare them to phones? A GT-R has a V6, yet can easily stack up, heck, even surpass an MP4, which, in case you're wondering, has a V8. *Big surprise.* These two supercars are the rivals of the V12 Aventador. Suck on that now, for starters.

49. user996

Posts: 221; Member since: Feb 25, 2013

nice one troll i like you :D

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