Nokia reveals Lumia 925, powered by Windows Phone 8 and encased in a metal-finished design


Nokia reveals Lumia 925

Nokia has revealed a new Lumia smartphone today, called the Lumia 925. This new smartphone, powered by Windows Phone 8, comes with a sleek, metal-finished design, a new AMOLED display, and a better PureView imaging technology for better pictures.

The Nokia Lumia 925 features a 4.5 inch AMOLED WXGA (1280×768), 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, PureView 8.7-megapixel with OIS, Autofocus, dual LED flash, a second HD 1.2MP wide angle camera, and 1GB RAM. The camera has been redefined with the “next generation of image processing software” and the most advanced lens technology to make every shot clear and sharp.

The Lumia 925 comes with Nokia Smart Camera mode, which is a pretty cool way to create high quality photos using the phone’s camera. Best of all, you can edit your photos using photo tools such as Best Shot, Action Shot and Motion Focus, right on your phone!

The design of the device is pretty cool too and is a first for the Lumia line of smartphones. The metal frame on the Lumia 925 not only looks nice, but it also acts as an antenna. As Nokia puts it, “the polycarbonate body and metal frame are fused together to create a perfect whole.”

Nokia is also touting the 4.5 inch AMOLED screen as perfect for use under sunlight, thanks to its superior brightness and sunlight performance. Wireless charging via an add-on cover can also be utilized to charge the phone.

The Lumia 925 will be available in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, and China in June. Eventually, it will make its appearance in the US.