Review: Nokia Lumia 925

Nokia indeed sparked a major splash by offering its new Lumia 925 to fanboys, as a possible replacement for the Lumia 920. The Windows Phone OS powered device features a metal casing that acts akin to an antenna, and has a premium look.

Compared to the Lumia 920, which is 10.7 mm thick and weighs 185 grams, this device comes as a its lower weight product. Improvements are seen in 2000 mAh battery as well. Nokia assures better battery life with 440 hours of standby and if used moderately, 12.80 hours.


The Smart Camera mode in the PureView 8.7 megapixel f2.0 camera can shoot 10 pictures in a sequence. Three more modes have been added, namely face detection, panorama and scenes. The Carl Zeiss lens and new Xenon flash that lets capture images in low light conditions come as welcome additions.

The devices 1.2 megapixel front facing video chat camera, video playback that supports MOV format, OLED screen of 4.5 inches and the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus under the hood – all make for an awesome rig. Adding to the charm is the in-built memory of 32 GB, compared to 16 GB in Lumia 920. So that means you wouldn’t need to rely on a microSD slot too.

The device offered in color options of red, black, white and yellow helps you choose the best suited for your day to day style.

Nokia Lumia 925 expects to step into the US by June and would sell for $600 outright or $199 on a two-year contract on T-Mobile, AT & T and Verizon. The UK and EU would also be getting it around the same time for 470 pounds on Vodafone. China Unicom is also eyeing a launch in their vast market during the same time.

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