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Nokia's brilliantly coloured Lumia 520 is a smartphone with an accent on fun. With unrivalled entertainment capabilities, a gorgeous screen, an amazing camera and live updates from all your favourite social networking sites delivered direct to your homescreen, the Lumia 520 has got the lot.
If you're into music, phones don't come much better than the Lumia 520. With Nokia Mix Radio on board, every second of your day is filled with free songs. Take your pick from 150 expertly compiled mixes or put together playlists of your own. And like Spotify, you can even take your mixes offline with you and share them to social networks to let your friends know what's rocking your world.
And that's not all you'll want to share with the Nokia Lumia 520. Because this handset packs built-in digital lenses and a powerful five megapixel camera, you're guaranteed the kind of crisp photos you'll want everyone to see. You can also add motion via the Cinemagraph to make GIF-style images. Or take multiple snaps simultaneously and edit them together for the perfect photo.
Keen on social networking? Naturally, the Lumia 520 has got that covered too. With Live Tiles that constantly update in real time on the homescreen, you'll know exactly what's going on at all times - whether it's up to the minute news about your favourite team or the latest gossip from your friends.
And if you're sociable in the real world too and like to get out and about, you'll love HERE Maps. This amazing mapping software gives you turn by turn directions wherever you're trying to get to. So you'll always be able to find that elusive party or track down the most elusive, most tucked-away pop-up shop. HERE also works out your fastest route by public transport for those times when you'd rather not take the car.
Other features of the Nokia Lumia 520 include the option to customise the phone's layout by resizing your homescreen's Live Tiles, 7 GB of storage on Microsoft SkyDrive, so you can sync your phone and computer, pre-installed mobile versions of Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint and a super-sensitive four-inch touchscreen that's so responsive it even works when you've got gloves on.
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