It was just yesterday that we talked about the then “soon to be announced” Nokia Lumia 925 which was leaked in the form of a teaser video and images. A day later, we have full details about this handset which has now seen the official light of the day. Let’s now take a quick look at the phone.
After looking at yesterdays leaked images, we had hoped that the Nokia Lumia 925 would be lighter than the Nokia Lumia 920 , which as you already know happens to be a little clunky at 185 grams. The Lumia 925 cuts the flab and tips the scales at just 139 grams making it nearly 50 grams lighter than the Lumia 920. Good job!
Lets now take a look at what the phone has on offer when it comes to the overall specifications. The Lumia 925 features a 4.5-inch AMOLED display which is as large as its predecessors. The display resolution remains unchanged at 1,280 x 768 pixels, which corresponds to a pixel density of 334 ppi. It comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with its two cores clocked at 1.5 GHz each. The CPU is supported by the Adreno 225 GPU for graphics. We are dealing with 1 GB of RAM, the internal memory of the device is 16 GB in size (Vodafone will exclusively offer a black version with 32 GB). The non-replaceable battery is 2000 mAh and the dimensions of the device are 129 mm x 70.6 mm x 8.5 mm.
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The phone gets a micro SIM slot and also supports LTE networks. The camera is basically the same unit as the on on the Lumia 920 and as expected, gets the 8.7 megapixel sensor and adds in an optical image stabilizer with a Carl Zeiss lens as well. You can capture videos in full HD at 30 fps. There is a 1.3 MP front camera using which you can record 720p videos too.
On the design front, there has been a massive change with the Lumia 925 dropping its predecessors’ polycarbonate shell construction in favour of an all metal frame. The aluminium finish of the phone lends it a premium air. There us still judicious usage of Polycarbonate though which is still used on the back.
The phone is set to roll out in global markets starting July at an approximate price of 469 Euros (before taxes).