Nokia Lumia 925

The Nokia Lumia 925 is now available on most markets. Lumia 925 runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system. The phone was announced on May 14, 2013 and described as a “new interpretation” of the Nokia Lumia 920. Compared to the Nokia Lumia 920, the Nokia Lumia 925 weights less and is thinner. The Nokia Lumia 925 also has wireless charging.

Pros: Slim design with aluminum frame; Good looking display; Excellent camera; Wireless charging; Long battery life.
Cons: No expandable memory; Windows Phone lacks essential apps and features.
The Verdict: The Nokia Lumia 925 offers looks, great camera and impressive 4G speed for an affordable price.

Nokia Lumia 925 Apps

The Windows Store continues to grow and has some 165,000 apps, but that is still less than apps than iOS or Android. Popular apps for Nokia Lumia 925 include Pandora, YouTube and WhatsApp, but as an example you won’t find Instagram to the Lumia 925. Good Nokia branded apps include Nokia Music, a streaming audio service and Nokia Pro Camera.

Nokia Lumia 925 Price

USA: The Nokia Lumia 925 will be availabe with AT&T Next on September 13 for $21 per month or $99.99 with a two-year agreement.

Europe: The Nokia Lumia 925 phone is available in major European markets with an average price of 470 €.

UK: Click here for Lumia 925 prices in UK (Vodafone, Three, Orange, O2, T-Mobile etc.)

Nokia Lumia 925 Reviews and links

  • Nokia Lumia 925 on nokia.com. Specifications, features and accessories.
  • Nokia Lumia 925 review on techradar.com; The Nokia Lumia 925 is slimmer and lighter than the Nokia Lumia 920. It also has a more premium build and a slightly improved camera but with the same core specs, less storage space and a much higher price tag it’s got an uphill struggle on its hands.

  • Nokia Lumia 925 review on ndtc.com; We do feel that the Lumia 925 should have been the first flagship Windows Phone device. Having said that, it’s evident that Nokia continues to innovate and the major roadblock in the success of the platform is Microsoft’s laidback attitude in offering software updates.

  • Nokia Lumia 925 review on The Verge: The Lumia 800 was a great phone without an ecosystem. The Lumia 900 made that phone bigger, without significantly improving on the software or specifications. The Lumia 920 came with a massively improved camera, and the updated Windows Phone 8, but it was too bulky for many consumers.

 

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