Estimated Price Rs.5,500
FindYogi Index 2.84 (out of 5)

This product is recommended by our experts. The current price may not be cheapest but is good to buy at.

Key Features

  • Dual Sim, Micro-SIM, GSM + GSM
  • 5 Megapixels Camera with Flash
  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • 4 Inch Display,480 x 854 pixels
  • 4 GB Internal Memory
  • 512 MB RAM

Price of Nokia Lumia 530 Dual sim in India

Nokia Lumia 530 Dual sim price in India is Rs.5,500.

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Nokia Lumia 530 Dual sim Specifications

Nokia Lumia 530 Dual sim Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 7 seller(s) and other reliable sources

Important Dates
Announced Date July 01, 2014
Sim Support Dual Sim, Micro-SIM, GSM + GSM
Phone Dimensions 119.7 x 62.3 x 11.7 mm
Phone Weight 129 grams
Keypad Touch
SAR Value 1.09 W/kg (head) 1.19 W/kg (body)
Screen Size 4 inches (Screen to Body Ratio: 59.15%)
Screen Resolution 480 x 854 Pixels, 245 ppi
Screen Type IPS LCD, With 16 M Colors
Touch Type Capacitive With Multitouch
Photo & Video
Camera ✔ 5 Megapixel
Front Camera
Camera Features Bing vision, Nokia Camera, Nokia Glam Me, Fixed Focus, Sensor Size: 1/4-inch, f-number/aperture: f/2.4, Focal Length: 28 mm, Focus Range: 60 cm, Digital Camera Add-ons: Bing Vision, Nokia Camera, Nokia Glam Me, Capture Modes (Video, Still), Scene Modes (Automatic, Sports, Night), White Balance Modes (Cloudy, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Daylight, Automatic), Light Sensitivity
Video Recording ✔ 480p at 30 fps
Front Flash
Operating System Windows Phone 8.1
Processor 1.2 GHz , Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 8212 Quad Core
RAM 512 MB
GPU (Graphics) Adreno 302
User Interface Windows UI
Battery 1430 mAh, Li-ion
Battery Standby Up to 528 hrs
Battery Talk Time Up to 13 hrs 20 min (2G) / Up to 10 hrs (3G)
EDGE ✔ 236.8 kbps
3G ✔ HSDPA, 21.1 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
Wi-Fi ✔ with Tethering
USB Connectivity ✔ microUSB v2.0
GPS ✔ with A-GPS support,GLONASS, HERE Drive+, HERE Maps
Bluetooth ✔ v4.0
External Display Connectivity DLNA
E-mail ✔ with Push E-mail
Document Reader
FM Radio
Alert Types Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
PDF Reader
Phonebook Memory Practically Unlimited Contacts
Internal Storage 4 GB
Expandable Memory microSD, upto 128 GB
Other Features
Sensors Accelerometer, Orientation Sensor
Quick Charging
Speaker Quality Integrated Hands-free Speakers
Additional Features 15 GB free OneDrive storage, Touch UI, XBox-Live Hub, DirectX 11, Noise Cancellation, Preinstalled Browser: Internet Explorer 11, Conference Call, Speed Dialing, Loudspeaker, Call Divert, Orientation sensor, Lumia Color profile, Document Viewer, Document Editor, Excel, Word, Power Point, OneNote, Adobe Reader, PDF, Outlook, Office 365, Free Cloud Storage: 15 GB, Calculator, Clock, Calendar, Alarm Clock, Reminders, To-do List, Family Room, Kids Corner, Social Networks in Phonebook, Wallet, Notifications, OneDrive Storage for Documents and Notes, Software Updates: Firmware Over-the-Air (FOTA), Text-to-speech Message Reader, Word Flow Keyboard, MMS Enabled, Voice Mail, Skype Voice Call, Internet Radio, Voice Recording in MMS and OneNote, Video and Audio Streaming, Voice Recognition

Nokia Lumia 530 Dual sim Overview

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The Good

  • Good Build Quality

The Bad

  • Laggy software
  • Overpriced for it’s specs
  • Dull phone inside out
  • Very low Ram

The Bottom Line

A Very Mediocre phone and nothing really stands out.


This is the Lumia 530 Dual sim variant. This phone is the first phone that was released with the Microsoft branding instead of the Nokia ones in the previous models. The phone is an entry level phone and that’s the only segment in which Microsoft actually has any stakes at all. The phone succeeds the Lumia 530 and is a much better phone overall with a bigger screen, bigger battery and a much better camera.


Design and Build:

The phone is rather well built and feels sturdy and has a good feel in hands. There’s a slight camera hump on the back but it shouldn’t be too much of a problem as the case protects the camera lens. The loudspeaker is on the back side, which is not really a good place to have the speakers. The back cover is removable and under it lies the removable battery, the 2 sim slots and the SD card slot. Although the phone doesn’t look as premium as other phones in the same price range, it’s got a really solid build inside out.


Camera Performance:

The phone has 5 MP cameras on back , the rear one obviously better with a ¼” sensor and the lack of front camera is a weird exclusion. The rear camera can only record 480p videos only though sadly. The good thing is that continuous autofocus is available for video recording. The camera has manual options, the focusing speed is rather slow, but the photos come out rather good. Overall it is a good camera but can be laggy at times due to the software.



The phone has a 4.0 inch qHD IPS LCD display which was rather nice when the phone was released, but it’s decent at best right now. The phone has on-screen buttons unlike some of the previous models with capacitive keys. The display has good color reproduction and good viewing angles as well.



The Lumia 530 is powered by Snapdragon 200 1.2 GHz quad core processor, aided with the Adreno 302 GPU. The phone has 8 gigs of internal storage and an SD card slot which supports upto 128gb expansion. The phone also has 512MB of RAM which is very low even for a Windows phone. The phone can only play 720p videos, so 1080p videos just won’t play. Even though Windows phones should perform great, this phone doesn’t do all that well with games, a lot of games tend to lag.



The Lumia 530 comes with Windows 8.1 out of the box. The phone should run smooth in most cases thanks to the super light Windows OS and 512MB of RAM. There have been lags now and then, which Microsoft keep fixing over new updates. Also Microsoft has promised Windows 10 update to all Lumia phones running Windows 8.1 and that will be a welcome boost to this phone as well. The UI is rather simple for people to get used to and understand, but plain and dull at the same time.


Battery Life:

The phone has a 1430 mAh battery which seems so less at first sight, but this being an entry level phone with a 480p display running Windows OS on a low end chip doesn’t consume all that much of a battery thus helping it easily last a day of usage. The battery saver mode helps with saving the as well.



The Lumia 530 is a decent phone at best, it should’ve probably been priced much cheaper considering its specs. The phone takes pretty good photos but it’s not always consistent. The 1 GB RAM should’ve been enough, but the phone lags now and then. You should probably only consider buying this phone if you only want a Windows phone and bare basic functions, because the rest of the competition are cheaper and much better.


What’s good : build quality, good battery life , good camera

What’s bad : laggy software, overpriced for it’s specs , dull phone inside out

Smartphone, With Good Battery Backup, Small-medium Size Screen With High Ppi


1. Small to medium screen : 3" to 4.5" 2. High ppi screen : 230+ ppi , qHD screens or higher. 3. Battery : should be simply best in its class. 4. Budget : upto 7000 - 10,000. Suggestions from 6K are also welcome.


Xiaomi Redmi will will be a perfect device for is really a featured packed device for this budget range. It has Snapdragon processor supported with 1GB RAM which can provide you smooth, lagfree expeirence. Features 8GB internal memory, 8MP primary camera and 2MP secondary camera. Its display quality is also decent with a premium built. So you may try ordering this: Xiaomi Redmi 1S If you don't want to go for this Chinese brand then Moto E can be your option. The stock android, along with its premium rich built makes the device worth for the value: Motorola Moto E


Hi Nilesh. For Redmi :: Out of Stock is being a problem, else, definitely, there was no doubt, I would have gone for it. Let me know if there are some alternate options to get this phone, with some surcharge even !! Moto E : I've heard of a tonne of problems with the device, like back cover problem and etc etc. I have boiled down to : 1. Lumia 530 Dual Sim @ 6600/- onwards 2. Zenfone 4 (old n new) @ 6K & 7K Which among these two, is the winner as per the Reviews/user opinions / or based upon hands on usage by you. In particularly, the battery part ? Asus has 42.2 Mbps capability vs Nokia one has 21 Mbps. How much more can I expect from Asus in this case ?


Yes, I agree Redmi 1S will not be easy to buy.. and I really like the alternatives you suggested here, This are my 3rd and 4th suggestion in this budget range.. :D In this comparision, I will list Zenfone 4(New) on 3rd and Lumia on 4th. Zenfone has really got high internet service with the decent set of specification. The new Zenfone 4 sports bigger and better display and operates on latest android version. and hence if you want Android then you must go for this device Asus Zenfone 4 If you are looking for other OS than Android then Lumia 530 should be your buy: Nokia Lumia 530 Dual sim


How about Micromax Unite2?

Smartphone Within 8000rs.


Which phone i will buy among this 4 ???? 1. micromax unite 2 2.asus zenphone 4 e 4. nokia lumia 530


Hi Rudra, I usually recommend windows phone under this price range because their life is much longer as compared to the android devices. Reason: because Windows Phone do not require high-end hardware to run fluently and they offer really really less UI lag as compared to Android devices. I will choose Nokia Lumia 530 as the overall best device. Nokia Lumia 530 but then if you specifically need Android and that too with a better camera than Nokia Lumia 530 then you can go for Micromax Canvas Unite 2 Micromax Unite 2 A106 4GB

Smart Phone With Windows


I want a phone with these facelities, dual sim, front camera, FM, Flash, good speed, radiation must be low, brand doesn't matter.


Hi Venkataswamy I would like to recommend you three options fitting into your requirements, Micromax Canvas Win w121 Micromax Canvas Win W121 Nokia Lumia 530 Dual SIM Nokia Lumia 530 Dual sim Nokia Lumia 630 Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim

Rough User(loved Lumia 520), Sturdy, Style And Awesome Performance


I Travel a lot so GPS with gloanass, Awesome style like sony/xolo etc, Rough phone like lumia, it fell in water twice, from bike twice and from table thrice, survived :). Graphics is a must, good ram is must. Camera rear as well as front but not that important. and moreover, it should be damn reliable. 3g is also must. with the lowest price range as possible. Size not necessarily big, it should fit in pocket.


Hello Sumeet, I second you with you views here. Nokia Lumia 520 is a nice phone for rough use and having Lumia Style. The only thing i personally didn't like was its a single sim device where as Nokia's X with comparatively lower price rate is offering Dual Sim. As you mentioned that you will be travelling a lot, then having 2 Sim can be an advantage for you. But if you want to have a window operating system go for Lumia 520 and if you can compramise it with Android then have a look over Nokia X: