Today at a press event held in London, Nokia have announced the Lumia 925. The device which has an aluminum frame around the side, and a polycarbonate back will launch in Europe with Vodafone (Germany, UK, Italy and Spain) and China (China Mobile and China Unicom) this June for €470 ($610) and will come to the US later on T-Mobile.
So let’s take a look at some of the specs belonging to the new flagship handset for Nokia.
- 4.5 inch AMOLED WXGA Screen (768 x 1280)
- Gorilla Glass 2
- Dual-core Krait processor at 1.5GHz
- 1GB RAM
- 8.8mm thick
- Weighs 135g
- 2,000mAh Battery
- 5MP Camera
- Wireless Charging with Detachable Covers
The features that Nokia focused on most at the press event was the new camera features such as Burst Mode (10 shots at 5MP), Best Shot (picks the best of the burst), Action Shot (Sequence shot on the HTC One, Drama shot on the Galaxy S4) and Motion focus (adds motion blur to static objects, as if you’re tracking the moving object with the camera). You can also remove moving objects and pick the best face for each person.
Of course this phone has been touted as the HTC One on Windows Phone however I think in it’s own merit, the camera on the Nokia handsets are second to none and I for one look forward to trying one.