Nokia expands smartphone range with Lumia 1320, Lumia 525

Finnish handset maker Nokia today expanded the range of its smartphones with the launch

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of two new devices -- Lumia 1320 and Lumia 525.

The 6-inch Lumia 1320 phablet is priced at Rs 23,999 and will be available from January 13, while the four-inch Lumia 525 would cost Rs 10,399 and is on sale from today.

"By 2013-end, we had 14 devices in our Lumia portfolio, of which 10 were launch in the same year. These two new devices are an integral addition to our Windows Phone portfolio," Nokia India Director (Marketing) Viral Oza told reporters here.

These models will bring the smartphone experience at a more affordable prices, he added. Currently, the Lumia range is priced from Rs 7,500 to Rs 46,900.

The Lumia 1320 features 1GB RAM, 8 GB internal user (expandable up to 64GB) capacity as well as seven GB SkyDrive cloud storage. It is powered by 1.7Ghz Dual-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and has 5 megapixel back camera, 0.3 MP VGA front camera and 3400 mAh battery.

The Lumia 525 has a 1 GHz dual core Snapdragon processor, 5MP camera and 1430mAh battery.

Nokia has partnered with Gameloft to offer premium games worth Rs 2,025 free.

Oza said Lumia 525 has the ability to run the latest apps like Instagram and Spartan Assault, and gives a "clear signal that Nokia delivers a better smartphone experience at every price point".

Nokia also announced that all new Nokia Lumia devices purchased till January 31 will get free 20GB Skydrive storage for a year by registering themselves on Nokia website.

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