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Nokia Lumia 530 Price in Philippines

Bringing Nokia’s finest in to The Philippines, the Nokia 530 is one awesome smartphone. Nokia’s attempt to keep up with the global smartphone market has proven to be a good move and so far, the Nokia Lumia 530 has one-upped its predecessor. Let’s look at some reasons why the Nokia Lumia 530 could be the budget phone for you. Read more below.

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Nokia Lumia 530 Price by Country

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 550.000 0.00
Thailand THB 1,568 0.00

Nokia Lumia 530 Specs

Nokia Lumia 530 Specs


Processor frequency

1.2 GHz

Processor family

Qualcomm Snapdragon

Processor model


Processor cores



Display diagonal

10.2 cm (4")

Display resolution

480 x 854 pixels

Orientation sensor
Display type


Display number of colours

16.78 million colours

Aspect ratio


Touch technology


Touchscreen type


Pixel density

246 ppi

Ports & interfaces

USB port
USB connector type


USB version


Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

Weight & dimensions


129 g


6.23 cm


1.17 cm


12 cm


SIM card capability

Single SIM

SIM card type


2G standards


3G standards


Wi-Fi standards

802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Bluetooth version


Bluetooth profiles


2G bands (primary SIM)

850,900,1800,1900 MHz

3G bands supported

900,2100 MHz

Tethering (modem-mode)
Security algorithms



Internal storage capacity

4 GB

Internal RAM

512 MB

Compatible memory cards

MicroSD (TransFlash), MicroSDHC, MicroSDXC

Maximum memory card size

128 GB

USB mass storage


Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
GPS (satellite)
Wi-Fi positioning


Operating system installed

Windows Phone

Operating system version



Rear camera resolution (numeric)

5 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Optical sensor size

25.4 / 4 mm (1 / 4")

ISO sensitivity

100, 200, 400, 800, Auto

White balance

Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Fluorescent, Incandescent

Video recording
Maximum frame rate

30 fps

Video capture resolution (max)

864 x 480 pixels


Battery capacity

1430 mAh

Talk time (2G)

13.4 h

Talk time (3G)

10 h

Browsing time (Wi-Fi)

8.5 h

Continuous audio playback time

51 h

Continuous video playback time

5.5 h

Battery type



Form factor


Colour of product


The smartphone for you – Nokia Lumia 530

The Nokia Lumia 530’s looks hide features beyond comparison. This nifty smartphone may not be all that flashy, but you’ll find it appealing. The design is nothing to shout about, with its metal frame and front glass finish. But unlike other smartphones, the back cover is easy to remove to access the battery pack and sim card. Curved edges on the metal sides mean that you won’t hurt your hands when gripping the phone for long periods. The phone’s weight is evenly distributed. It feels good in your hands. The 5MP rear camera with 1/4” sensor size comes with a built-in LED flash with autofocus feature. Although the device doesn’t come with a front camera, the rear camera works fine taking photos

Clarity and function

When it comes to the display, Nokia opted for the 720p AMOLED display whereby the colour is vivid and contrast is amazing. Screen size comes in at 4 inches and images look crisp on the HD display. Viewing angles are good, without distortion no matter which angle you look from. With the Windows 10 operating system, the Nokia Lumia 530 features a functional user interface. If you aren’t too keen on a feature on the phone, chances are, you will find a setting to disable the feature. Icons are big and bright and switching between apps is a smooth process.

What’s underneath?

The Nokia Lumia 530 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 with only 512MB of RAM. This may seem like a disadvantage, but Microsoft Windows 8.1 makes the modest specs work well. Essential features such as updated Bluetooth, NFC and quick charge standards are all part of the phone’s attractiveness. Supporting all global networks and category 4 LTE speeds. Memory comes in at 4GB internal memory in the Nokia Lumia 530. Overall, the Nokia Lumia 530 passes with flying colours based on what’s underneath.

So, should you get the Nokia Lumia 530? The Nokia Lumia 530 may not be a flashy smartphone in terms of specs or looks, but as a budget smartphone that does the basics of everyday gadgets, the Nokia Lumia 530 is the perfect choice. So what are you waiting for? Get going on your price comparison with iprice’s latest features above.

Nokia Lumia 530 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-02-25
Fast quadcore processor. Windows Phone 8.1 Cyan seems to run well, despite having only 512MBytes RAM. The apps and media files can flow onto the SD card, meaning that the 4GBytes of internal memory is less of a problem, Windows store offers a reasonable...Any small text is hard to read on this screen, Camera is fixed focus & has no flash, so is less useful for eg. scanning documents… or as a flashlight, XBox Music app is peculiar. It doesn't want to replay the contents of a folder; eg. the large number o...
Pros:Fast quad-core processor. Windows Phone 8.1 Cyan seems to run well, despite having only 512MBytes RAM. The apps and media files can flow onto the SD card, meaning that the 4GBytes of internal memory is less of a problem.Windows store offers a reasona...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-23
With the release of Lumia 532 Microsoft has further strengthened the 5XX budget series which now has 5 devices and includes Lumia 530, Lumia 535, Lumia 525 and the Lumia 532. There is also Lumia 520 which has been the most popular in this category, but is...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-16
When it comes to smartphones, there was a time when cheap really meant shitty. That's no longer true. But which cheap phones are worth buying? I found two.Like many of you, I used to be sucked into the endless black hole that was crazy expensive smartphon...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-02
Windows Phone 8.1 Is Good, Battery Life Is Decent, Performance Is Quite GoodStorage Situation Is Terrible, Display Is Awful, Boring Design
And with the launch of Windows 10 in 2015 –– yep, it's skipping 9 –– there's some BIG changes for Windows Phone, which I'm also very excited about. Developers will be able to create Universal Apps that will work on phones, tablets, PCs and consoles (basic...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-19
The Lumia 530 is the most affordable Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone from Nokia and Microsoft, which at the time of launch was priced around Rs 7,000 and is now available at the Nokia store (now Microsoft store) for Rs 6,198. It is the successor to Lumia 520...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-17
Meet the Nokia Lumia 530, the sequel to last year's budget Lumia 520, which aims to provide you with plenty of the same bang for buck. Can it succeed in rivalling Motorola's onslaught of brilliant budget blowers, or is this one of the last Nokia handsets ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-17
The Nokia Lumia 530 is compelling for the pricepoint, but a few glaring flaws may keep high-end users away.The fight for smartphone dominance is essentially a two-way race, with Android and iOS leading the pack. Thus, you've got to hand it to platforms li...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-16
If you're looking to buy your first smartphone, there'll no doubt be several things you're considering. Do you want a simple device that just covers you for the basics, such as phone calls and texts? Or are you looking for a handset that lets you dive hea...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-13
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Reviewed on 2014-11-12
Customisable back covers, Good build quality, Smooth browsing, Dual SIMDisplay is grainy, Has glare issues, Camera does not have autofocus
Nokia has a penchant for small devices at affordable prices, and with their Lumia 530, they are not straying far from their norms. With the Lumia 530, they aim to cut certain corners in order to bring down the cost of the phone, but will doing that bring ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-07
Following up from the Lumia 520's stylish and colourful design, the 530 has made a few noticeable changes. The major alteration is the general shape of the handset, turning the squared off edges from the 520 into smoother corners, giving the handset a muc...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-06
Good value, Nice design, Performs basic tasks wellScreen prone to ghosting, Limited internal storage, Subpar camera
At under $150, the Nokia Lumia 530 is the cheapest offering in Microsoft's smartphone family. It's a far cry from the stunning flagships we're used to seeing, and even pales in comparison to many of the midrange handset on offer, but I don't think the Lum...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-06
Windows Phone 8.1 runs smoothly, DualSIM functionality, Multimedia performance, Nice body, wellmanufactured, Decent battery lifeNo 4G connectivity, Low memory, Poorquality screen, Mediocre speaker, Camera
The Nokia Lumia 530 is a low-cost dual-SIM Windows Phone that runs on WP 8.1 Cyan. It has a 4" TN display with FWVGA resolution of 854 x 480 pixels for a pixel density of 245 dpi. It has just 4 GB of onboard memory, but there's a microSD card slot to allo
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Reviewed on 2014-11-03
Strong built quality, 128GB expandable storage, Well pricedFixed focus camera, Poor display quality
This one is tagged as a budget Windows Phone with decent specs and a rugged built quality. It's a bit on thick side with round edges and is infused in with a quad-core processor along with 512MB RAM, bringing out the best of it....
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Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Decent Build Quality, Great Battery life, Value for moneyAverage Camera, Low Resolution Display
Lumia 530 is the most affordable smartphone running on Windows Phone 8.1. It is a direct competitor to Android smartphones which are present in the entry level segment. Over the period of time budget Android smartphones have become more powerful and now o...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-29
Good build, Small form factor, Loud speaker, Affordable price, Good performancePoor display, Fixed focus camera, Below average camera output, No front camera, No HD playback and recording
The Nokia Lumia 530 is an entry-level Windows Phone device that rocks a 4-inch display, Snapdragon 200 quad-core CPU, dual-SIM connectivity, Windows Phone 8.1, and a price tag of just almost Php5K. With Android dominating the budget smartphone segment, is...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-28
img alt="" class="imagelarge lightbox" height="48" src="" width="142" />, Lowcost phone with quality hardware from Nokia. Dedicated support from Microsof...img alt="" class="imagelarge lightbox" height="48" src="" width="127" />
The Lumia 520 is the best-selling Windows Phone of all time. Announced during Mobile World Congress 2013 by Nokia, as of a few months ago the Lumia 520 has over 12 million activations. The Lumia 520 represented tremendous value when it launched, and it is...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-26
Can usually be picked up for between $50 and $70 if you don't mind carrier exclusivity, Solid build quality with colorful shells, Smooth performance, Gives you all the basic smartphone stuff, 4GB of internal storage is easily expandable via microSD, w...Easiest to find in its carrierlocked form, CPU, GPU, WiFi, screen resolution, camera, and cellular performance are fine for the price but poor compared to midrange and flagship phones, 512MB of RAM prevents some apps from running, prompts frequent reloa...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-23
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Reviewed on 2014-10-17
Very low price. Easy-to-use OS. Great call quality. Attractive design.No LTE, and not even T-Mobile's best 3G speeds. Low RAM and storage create trouble for apps
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