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Say hello to Nokia's new Lumia 925, a thinned down, aluminum clad Windows Phone 8 device

Lumia 925 becomes official: features 8.7MP camera, aluminum chassis, and thinner design

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: May 15, 2013 12:33 am

Nokia made the Lumia 925 official today at an event in London. The Lumia 925 is an updated Lumia 920 and is one of Nokia's first devices to feature an aluminum shell. This is a marked improvement in durability and tangible feel. Aluminum makes the device feel so much more like a premium device.

 

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The screen is a 4.5-inch AMOLED display capable of a 1,280x768 resolution. It's covered in Gorilla Glass 2 to protect from scratches. The camera is 8.7MP, as rumors suggested it would be, and is of the OIS variety. While the Lumia 925 doesn't come with a Xenon flash, it does feature software enhancements ssuch as Smart Cam, Best Shot, Action Shot, and Motion Focus.

 

The CPU is a dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960 clocked at 1.5GHz. This is the same CPU that was used in the older Lumia 920. It's coupled with 1GB of RAM and a 2,000mAh battery, both of which remain the same as the Lumia 920. The new device is thinner than the older Lumia 920, but lacks the wireless charging capabilities of the older device.

 

Available in white, grey, and black, the device will be heading to parts of Europe and China for around 469 euros. It will eventually come to the United States, though a specific time frame has not been provided.

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