Since specs are decidedly basic, its low price is the major reason to seek out the Nokia Lumia 530.
These three flagship Windows Phones are well matched when it comes to design and features -- which one comes out on top for you?
With its great display, brilliant camera and attractive, colourful design, the Nokia Lumia 930 has most of what you'd expect from a top-end Windows Phone device. It's battery lets it down though and with an unimpressive selection of apps still available from the Windows Phone store, a high-end Android device with a good camera will likely be a better option for many of you.
The Nokia Lumia 830 is a low-cost metal Windows Phone with the company's famed PureView camera. CNET's Andrew Hoyle goes hands-on.
Microsoft is a step closer to ditching the Nokia name from its Lumia Windows Phones, but will keep the name for entry-level devices.
The Nokia Lumia 630 is a cheap, vibrant alternative to Android and its Windows Phone 8.1 software is easy to use. The app store is still a problem though -- if you like getting new releases when your Android and iOS-toting friends do, a budget Android phone like the Moto G is still the way to go.
This Windows 8.1 phone takes on pricier contenders with the goal of being the most affordable phone possible without sacrificing usability. Let's see what you get.
Come on in and take a look at the low-cost Lumia 735's pretty, colourful cases and 720p screen.
Nokia has taken the wraps off a wireless charging pad that pulses to show notifications, and an HDMI streamer that lets you mirror your Lumia's screen on a TV.
The Nokia Lumia 830 has colourful back panels, a metal edge, an image-stabilised PureView camera and a reasonable pricetag.