Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-06-10
Updated on:Apr 02, 2015
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Display and Configuration
Nokia Lumia 925 sports a 4.5 inches of Super AMOLED Display with a resolution of 768x1280 pixels and a depth of 16M of colors. The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. It runs on Windows Phone v8 operating system and has been powered with 1.5GHz Dual Core Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor paired up with 1GB of RAM.
Camera and Memory
Nokia Lumia 925 packs a 8.7 MP of rear camera along with Dual LED Flash, Face Detection, Autofocus, Geo tagging, Back illuminated sensors, optical and Digital image stabilization and with a resolution of 3264x2448 pixels. It also has a 1.2 MP of front camera with 1280x720 pixels HD resolution.
The device also featured with a 16GB of internal Storage Capacity for best support to it.
Connectivity and Battery
The succesor of Nokia Lumia 920 has just gone better with upgraded UI and looks. Nokia Lumia 925 comes with excellent features at a good price.The Pureview camera is as good as its predecessor which gives the best results even in low light also. The AMOLED display and fast processor combines well with Windows Phone 8 to deliver an excellent performance overall.
However, if camera is all you need and have a better budget, you can consider Nokia Lumia 1020 as well.
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Nokia refined the design of the Lumia 920 flagship, but didn`t fundamentally change it - the Lumia 925 is, in essence, the 920S. The number of changes might be small, but their magnitude isn`t. With a better body, screen and software, the Nokia Lumia 925 is a more desirable device than its 920 sibling. Nokia Lumia 925 official photos Let`s break down the changes. The thick and heavy polycarbonate unibody is gone, with an exposed aluminum frame an...
It`s been just half a year since Nokia revealed its first Windows Phone 8 device, and we`ve already got another flagship to review. The Lumia 925 marks a departure in design for Nokia -- it looks nothing like its predecessors, barring an expanse of screen and some capacitive Windows buttons. This time around, the phone is housed in an aluminum frame, making it Nokia`s first metal smartphone since those heady Symbian days. This, alongside some har...
The Nokia Lumia 925 is essentially a slimmer, lighter Lumia 920 with a marginally improved camera. It`s a brilliant all-round Lumia phone that`s perfect for shutterbugs, but those of you wanting specs that challenge the Galaxy S4 or HTC One will be......
Pros: Slim, light design ; Camera is super in low light ; Bright and vivid screen ; Great Nokia software additions
Cons: Key specs haven`t really improved from the older 920 ; Windows Phone 8 app store is still poorly stocked ; Wireless charging has been removed since the 920
Verdict: Nokia has taken much of the key hardware from the Lumia 920 and wrapped it up inside a slimmer, lighter and arguably more luxurious body. The addition of the glass lens makes an already superb camera even better. Sure, the screen isn`t Full HD and th...
Nokia has done what we asked: released a Windows Phone handset in metal. Except it`s not all metal. And it`s very similar to the Nokia Lumia 920. And it`s in the high-end price bracket... but does a stunning camera warrant the extra cost? Last year`s Lumia 920 was a decent handset. It married striking looks to a quality screen and an even better camera. However, while it was undeniably good there was still some room for improvement, as being a fl...
Pros: Premium build, Superb camera, Strong suite of native apps,
Cons: Dated specs, Screen could be sharper, Only 16GB of storage,
Verdict: The flagship `normal` phone from Nokia - it`s got a better design and still makes Windows Phone look better than ever, despite being underpowered and too chunky....