The Nokia Lumia 520 is powered by Windows Phone 8 and comes with a 1GHz dual core processor that ensures you get the best of it. The touchscreen works just fine when you have gloves on or even with long finger nails. Free music and navigation make for endless entertainment.
The Lumia 520 has a broad 4-inch IPS capacitive LCD touch screen that is super-sensitive, providing an extremely smooth and interactive flow to the functionality. View incredibly rich images with the Scratch-resistant glass that can be operated with fingernails or even when you have gloves on. Making typing, surfing and chatting easier is a highly sensitive 4-inch touchscreen. You can use this screen even while wearing gloves or with fingernails.
Windows Phone 8
Working on the move is easy with pre-installed Word, Excel and PowerPoint. To keep you at the top of your game, the Lumia 520 comes with Live Tiles that updates on real time. 7 GB storage space on Microsoft SkyDrive allows you to sync your phone with the computer.
Built-in digital lenses, exclusive to Nokia, ensure quality pictures while Cinemagraph allows you to add motion to your images. The SmartShoot feature helps you take multiple shots with a single click.
You can play high-quality games with high-end graphics as this phone is fitted with an Adreno 305 graphics chip and 512 MB RAM. A Qualcomm Snapdragon processor CPU allows for extra performance, keeping you in charge of applications that include gaming and photography. Saving the battery power, yet maximizing core performance, this processor permits the core to power up and down independently. An internal memory of 8 GB that is expandable up to 64 GB lets you store a vast amount of multimedia and information.
Connect to the internet with WiFi or sync to other phones with the Bluetooth feature. Additional features like GPRS, EDGE and USB further enhance your connectivity. Advanced location tecnologies like A-GPS and A-GLONASS along with location and navigation apps like HERE Drive, HERE Maps, HERE Transit guide you with perfection. An ambient light sensor that maintains the brightness of the smartphone makes viewing the screen easy while an accelerometer not only helps gaming enthusiasts with motion sensitivity, but also switches from portrait to landscape mode when the phone is tilted. The proximity sensor turns off the screen when you?re on a call.