Nokia Lumia 520 has nailed the ultra-low end of Nokia‘s Windows Phones. It is available in a variety of the jolly colors. Its price, productivity, an attired display, dual core processor and a 5MP camera enable it to hit the sweet spot of the market.
Lumia 520 has an unusual rectangular front and beautifully tapered back. The in-hand feel of the phone is somewhat edgy and bulky for this specific display. They have chosen the material of manufacturing intelligently keeping in mind the price side of the Lumia 520. The Nokia does not do any experimentation with the anything fancier; instead, they use the basic plastics for the definite rigid feeling and equally slippery housing. You can open its black cover very easily to reveal the memory card slots and the micro SIM. Lumia 520 is available in varieties of different colors, like red, yellow, black and white; you can choose what suits your style.
There are some deficiencies when it comes to the clickable areas, as there are some questions about clicking nearer the buttons on the right side and the trifling tactile feedback to boot.
You will feel comfortable while capturing photos and videos, as they have placed the Windows Phones camera shutter key away enough from the edge.
You cannot compare the luxurious finish of the Lumia 920 with it, but the design does not keep any hint of nastiness: it will not be the source of ersatz when taking it out of the pocket. There are no questions about the performance of the Nokia Lumia 520, now you can fling the cars in Asphalt-7 without getting any discernible drip in frame rate. Super sensitive touch display technology allows you to enjoy and will not ever stutter beneath your finger.
Nokia Lumia 520 features the 4-inch 480×800 pixels IPS LCD screen. The 235ppi pixel density remarkably enhances the quality of the viewing angles while shifting the color a little at the completion of the tilting motion. You can get the decent outdoor visibility by adding the peak brightness.
Nokia Lumia 520 is equipped with the Synaptic super sensitive touch layer; they have introduced it firstly in the Lumia 920. The extra sensitivity allows you to perform the desired action while when the gloves on. Nokia Lumia 520 is not the correct piece for the avid Smartphone photographers, as the rear facing 5 MP camera is without the flash and the quality of the photo also average. There are varieties of the free apps, which can actually help you rescue the dicey shots.
The Nokia software bundle, the downloadable maps, turn-by-turn satnav in Nokia Drive, the personalized playlists, the Office apps is making it hard to believe that is available in ridiculously cheap price. All these remarkable applications are making it out of the box package that even the Android handsets and the iPhone cannot compete.
The Lumia 520 helps us understand the Nokia’s ideology of new generation Smartphones. Nokia has combined the modest design, the remarkable performance and the lavish bundle of software; all these are making it today’s best-valued Smartphone on the market.
Nokia 520 Pros/ Advantages
- It is available in a variety of the jolly colors and you can pick it in your desired color.
- To provide the required strength they have used the polycarbonate material.
- You can operate with the gloves on or with even the fingernails; the ultra-sensitive touch screen makes it possible.
- It is featuring the Windows 8 as the Operating System.
Nokia 520 Cons/ Disadvantages
- It has the screen size of only 4-inches, which is not perfect for a Smartphone.
- The 480×800-pixel resolution at 233 ppi seems average.
- It is equipped with the 5 MP rear shooter and no front camera, which is actually is not the good news of avid photographers.
- 512MB RAM is also on the average side.
- The 8 GB storage capacity seems not enough if we compare it with the other Smartphones.
- It is not offering the LTE/4G.