The Nokia Lumia 920 has been one of the most successful devices for the Finland based manufacturer in recent years. Having clocked up millions of sales, widespread critical acclaim and picking up several awards, it has helped raise the profile of the manufacturer, following the loss of much of its market share to rival manufacturers.
Nokia has recently announced its latest high end device, the Lumia 925. Although the device is yet to be launched in the UK, it appears that it is seen impressive early sales in Germany. It was one of the first countries to see the release of the phone, and NokiaPowerUser has recently reported that both T-Mobile and Vodafone have listed the device among their biggest selling models.
This will of course be very encouraging news for Nokia, as
it points to strong ongoing sales of device for the rest of the year. Recently,
Vodafone and Three have confirmed that they will be carrying the Lumia 925 in
the UK, but it is likely that the majority of other networks will also be keen
to offer the phone, given its likely popularity. Visit our website for the latest Nokia Lumia 925 news updates.
With a 4.5 inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, Windows Phone 8 operating system, 8.7 megapixel PureView cameras Carl Zeiss optics and 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, the spec list of the Lumia 925 is by far one of the most impressive of any Nokia smartphone to date. The device has a polycarbonate casing like the Lumia 920, but sees the addition of an aluminium frame around the edge, giving a stylish twist to its design. Alongside the Windows Phone 8 operating system is Nokia's package of impressive applications which include City Lens, Nokia Music and HERE Maps, which provides free directions without an internet connection.
What are your thoughts on the Nokia Lumia 925? Do you think
it has what it takes to rival popular phones like the iPhone 5 and the Samsung
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