By Stephen Schenck | May 14, 2013 10:43 AM
Nokia’s big London event didn’t bring us a 41-megapixel PureView Lumia, but that doesn’t mean that we didn’t get to see some significant new hardware. The Lumia 925 may be more of a gradual evolution of existing models from a hardware perspective, but the new metallic design certainly marks a notable departure from the colorful, plastic handsets that have dictated the design language of Lumias thus far.
Now that the complete trio of 92x devices has gone official (at least, we think that’s the last of ‘em) we wanted to bring together some of our editors to share our opinions on Nokia’s latest Windows Phone handset. Has the company managed to hit the nail on the head with this highly-refined model? Was the 925 not quite what we were hoping for?
Check out this special Pocketnow Live Hangout to learn our thoughts on Nokia’s latest smartphone. This time around, the team consists of:
- Brandon Miniman, Editor-in-Chief (in Philadelphia, PA, USA)
- Jaime Rivera, Multimedia Manager (in San Pedro Sula, Honduras)
- Michael Fisher, Editorial Director (in Boston, MA, USA)
- Taylor Martin, Senior Editor (in North Carolina, USA)