Nokia is now offering its Lumia 525 to consumers in China. After selling its Lumia 520, the most successful Windows Phone to date, Nokia is ready to unleash a sequel that marginally improves upon the first. The Windows Phone device is available in three different colors (white, orange and black) and is being offered through JD.com off-contract. There aren’t too many differences between the newest model and the last, though the uptick in RAM—from 512MB to 1GB—will ensure buyers can take advantage of all the latest apps.
The specs for the device includes a 4-inch IPS LCD display, 1GB of RAM, 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon chip and 8GB of internal memory (microSD expandable). If you have intentions of buying the device, you can pick it up if you’re in China, Singapore or Vietnam for about $148 U.S. (or ¥899 in China).
As noted by PhoneArena, it’s unclear if the Lumia 525 will replace the Lumia 520 on AT&T, so we’ll just have to wait and see if the handset makes a trek over to the States.