Last year, the Nokia Lumia 920 hit the market and became one of the Finnish manufacturer's most successful models to date. The handset won a number of awards, and achieved widespread critical acclaim and millions of sales. Recently, Nokia launched its latest flagship Windows Phone device, the Lumia 925.
Of course, the success of the Nokia Lumia 920 will leave new model with high expectations. Although Nokia has not yet revealed exact details regarding early sales volumes of the Lumia 925, it appears that the handset has got off to a great start the UK. NokiaPowerUser has recently reported that a number of UK network operators and retailers have already listed the Lumia 925 on their lists of best selling smart phone models. This news comes just days after a number of networks in Germany also listed the Lumia 925 as best selling handsets.
NokiaPowerUser reports that UK based SIM free retailer Clove, and UK network operator Three have listed the Lumia 925 as best selling devices. The handset topped Clove’s ‘hot list’, and has already reached second position on Three’s list of bestsellers, beaten only by the Samsung Galaxy S4. When the Nokia Lumia 920 was first launched back in November 2012, it was only available from O2 in the UK under an exclusivity period. Although the phone proved popular, this strategy was criticised for restricting the availability of the phone. Luckily, the Lumia 925 is carried by the majority of networks in the UK, so we expect sales of the device to remain a high throughout 2013.
It is easy to see why the Nokia Lumia 925 has already clocked up such impressive sales figures so far. The device certainly looks the part thanks to a stylish polycarbonate casing with an aluminium frame, along with impressive features like an 8.7 megapixel PureView camera with Carl Zeiss optics, dual-core processor, ClearBlack display and Windows Phone 8 operating system.
We will be sure to report back and keep you updated with the latest information about the phone, along with comparisons of Nokia Lumia 925 contract deals from UK networks.