We know Nokia will have more to show off at Nokia World later this month than just its Lumia 1520 phablet and the Sirius tablet (supposedly the Lumia 2520), with another four handsets said to be on the agenda.
And one of them, it seems, will be the Lumia 525, the official name for the Nokia Glee, said to be the successor to the popular entry-level Lumia 520 (pictured).
The Glee was one of the codenames that emerged recently in a list of upcoming Nokia devices, but things are now far more clear thanks to @evleaks, who has tweeted the simple revelation “Nokia Glee = Lumia 525”.
That would make it the successor to the current Lumia 520, the entry-level Lumia handset that's said to be the best-selling Windows Phone to date.
So what does the Lumia 525 have up its sleeve? When we first heard its name mentioned some three months back we were told to expect a 4.5in display. However, thanks to some leaked GFXBenchmark test scores we now know more.
Nokia has gone with a dual-core 1GHz Krait processor together with an Adreno 305 GPU, while the display resolution is unchanged from the Lumia 520 at 800 x 480.
So we'd say the Lumia 525 is a nailed on certainty for Nokia World in Abu Dhabi on October 22, so we now have the identities of three of the six devices Nokia will be launching. No doubt the rest will be Asha feature phones, but that won't stop the speculation over the next three weeks.