Your Nokia Lumia 925 questions answered

Yesterday Nokia confirmed my phone is now out of date. The top of the line Lumia 920 is now superseded by Lumia 925. It will go on sale on...

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Yesterday Nokia confirmed my phone is now out of date. The top of the line Lumia 920 is now superseded by Lumia 925. It will go on sale on August the 1st in Australia and will be available on Telstra and Optus. With a minor number change to the model, consumers have plenty of questions and Nokia’s conversation blog has answered.

The team from Nokia actually responded extensively, answering 37 questions from customers in detail. If you’re a 920 owner like me and wonder what your missing out on, or if the new thinner, lighter model has you interested in the device now, check out the link below.

The Lumia 925 features:

  • Weighing in at just 139g, its sleek design introduces metal to Nokia’s Lumia range for the first time, offering improved antenna functionality, appeal and robustness. The polycarbonate back is available in white, grey or black (matte)
  • Introduction of Nokia Smart Camera – offers an easy way to capture ten images at once and edit the pictures with options like Best Shot, Action Shot and Motion Focus for creating the perfect high quality image
  • PureView 8.7 MP camera with Optical Image Stabilisation, Autofocus and short pulse high power dual LED flash, plus 1080p HD video at 30fps with Optical Image Stabilisation
  • Wireless charging covers can be clipped onto the back of the phone to take advantage of Nokia’s extensive wireless charging accessories and ecosystem. Covers sold separately in white, black, yellow and red
  • Latest HERE suite of integrated location and navigation services plus access to a world of music to stream or download with Nokia Music
  • 4.5” AMOLED PureMotion HD+, sculpted Gorilla 2 Glass with ClearBlack Display
  • Nokia’s largest battery – 2000mAh, provides excellent battery life and performance
  • 1GB RAM, 16GB internal memory and 7GB free SkyDrive cloud storage plus 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor

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