The Nokia Lumia 530 from Microsoft Mobile is a compact entry-level smartphone with a 4-inch touch screen. The display has 480 x 854 pixels and therefore has a pixel density of 245 PPI ordinary, which is absolutely sufficient. The case presented is quite thick with 11.4 millimeters and could also be a little easier with 129 grams certainly. This, however, the small smartphone gives a very stable impression. The polycarbonate housing is available in different colors (white, orange, green) are available and can be replaced. A further back in dark gray, the device is attached. The rest of the accessories is very sparse. On a headset must be dispensed with.
The performance of the Nokia Lumia 530 moves in a typical entry level. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 (MSM8212) has four cores which overclock each with 1.2 GHz. That should make under the current Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 for a liquid system performance. However, only 512 MB of memory are integrated, which means that some power intensive apps are not available for the smart phone. The integrated graphics unit Qualcomm Adreno 302 is more attributable to the lower middle. The store is quite small with 4 GB but can be expanded up to 128 GB using MicroSD card. Apps can be installed directly on the microSD card.
The camera of the Nokia Lumia 530 has a resolution of up to 5 MP. Unfortunately, there is no autofocus nor flash. Thus, the camera is best for taking pictures that are sent with a messenger. In good light conditions and one or the other snapshot might be possible. The Internet can be reached by means of the single-band WLAN or with HSPA. The offered rate is not particularly high, but suffice most users. The 1,430 mAh strong power storage is adequately dimensioned and should the smartphone lead you through the day. Anyone looking for a good entry-level device, is 530 certainly served very well with the Nokia Lumia. The offered price-performance ratio is very good.
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