Nokia Lumia 625 specs leak; looking confirmed as subject of tomorrow’s announcement


We shared a teaser with you this morning from Nokia, promising “something big” for us tomorrow, and leaving us with an image of a Nokia logo on an orange background. We tossed around a couple theories, but didn’t have anything hard to go on. As luck would have it, a new Lumia 625 leak contains a spec sheet along with a render of the phone, which will arrive… in orange, seemingly confirming it as the subject of tomorrow’s announcement.

It does make sense as “something big,” as with a 4.7-inch screen, it’s the largest of Nokia’s Lumia Windows Phone handsets to date. The specs here paint the picture of a phone geared towards European audiences (described as Rest of the World hardware), and one that could be a budget-priced model, at that.

That is, while the 625 has that large display, it would only be in a WVGA resolution. Other specs like 512MB of RAM similarly fit that lower-end bill. Not everything’s a wash – there’s 8GB of flash with microSD expansion and a 1.2GHz dual-core S4. For cameras, expect a five-megapixel main shooter and a VGA front-facer.

Besides that orange case shown here, replaceable rear shells will be available in four other colors.

lumia-625-2Update: Another render shows off some of those various color options.


Source: Puhelinvertailu
Via: WPCentral

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