The Nokia Lumia 920 remains one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful handsets to date from the Finland based manufacturer. However, the company has recently announced a new high-end model called the Lumia 925.
This phone offers a similar spec list and the Lumia 920, but
with a number of improvements. Its impressive spec list boasts key features
including a 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ ClearBlack display, 1.5 GHz dual-core
processor, 16 GB internal storage, Windows Phone 8 operating system and an 8
megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and high definition video capture. The
Lumia 925 is also the first handset in Nokia's range of Windows Phone powered
devices to come with a metal casing, so it certainly looks the part and offers
improved durability. Information on the Lumia 920 can be found here.
In recent weeks, both Carphone Warehouse and O2 have confirmed that they will be carrying the Lumia 925, but NokiaPowerUser reports that these have recently been joined by Three which has announced it will be offering Lumia 925 contracts. The network is yet to release details about pricing and specific contracts for the phone, but is more than likely that the Lumia 925 will be available on its popular unlimited data plans with pricing likely to vary based on the upfront cost of the handset, and whether it is included for free. Check out our site for new Lumia 925 contracts.
The Lumia 925 certainly has some big shoes to fill in the shape of the Lumia 920. The phone sold several million units during its first month on the market following its launch back in November, and has been one of the most critically acclaimed devices of the last few months and was even crowned best smartphone of 2012 by various websites and publications.
We expect more details regarding pricing and contracts to be revealed in the near future, so we will be sure to report back to keep you posted.