Nokia Lumia 925 available in Europe, exclusive versions for O2 and Vodafone
On a press event held in London, the Finnish company has officially launched its latest flagship phone – Nokia Lumia 925. According to the announcement, the device will be available on the shelves in the UK and other European countries in the coming days. The phone itself can be considered as a better and upgraded version of the Nokia Lumia 920. The 4.5-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280 x 768p and a Super Sensitive Touch technology is protected by Gorilla Glass 2. The phone is different, because with Lumia 925, Nokia introduces metal for the first time to the Lumia line-up. The handset arrives with three different polycarbonate backs – in black, grey and white.
Among the other features are a 8.7-megapixel rear-facing camera with optical stabilization, Dual LED lights, short pulse, and 6 physical lenses for sharper pictures and video. Additionally, the phone has improved image software for a great user experience and a new Smart Camera Mode, which also comes to all Windows Phone Nokia models with a new update. Nokia Lumia 925 is equipped with a dual-core Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.5 GHz with 1 GB of RAM, a secondary 1.3 MP camera and 16 GB of internal storage. There will be also some exclusive versions of the phone, differing between carriers. For example, Vodafone customers get an exclusive black model with 32 GB of internal storage for £0 with a new 2-year contract paying monthly £34, while O2 has a white version with 16 GB of storage, priced at £0 and a monthly fee of £30.
Nokia Lumia 925 should appear on the biggest online retailer websites like Carphone Warehouse or Phones4u in the following days. Meanwhile, the flagship is already available at Expansys UK, priced at £500 SIM-free with a three day delivery. If you want to have the latest Windows Phone through some carrier you should check your operator’s webpage. Most of them have already included the Nokia Lumia 925 to their offerings. The phone is also available in Germany and Italy and more European countries will follow soon.