by Stephen Schenck | May 14, 2013 10:07 AM
Nokia added two new Lumias to its lineup this month, first with the announcement of the Lumia 928 for Verizon, and just now the Lumia 925. As descendants of the stalwart Lumia 920, these phones all share some basic hardware, and for this group that means packing some serious camera hardware. Still, these three aren't cookie-cutter copies of each other. Decisions Nokia's made, both in regards to hardware and software, have shaped how each of these captures the images they do. Confused? We don't blame you, and to get some straight answers about just what's going on with these three WP8 ...
by Brandon Miniman | May 14, 2013 9:07 AM
The new Lumia 925 will be offered in black and silver. Sometimes when devices are offered in different colors you only get small accents of the color. In the case of the 925, your choice of black or silver will determine the color of the soft-touch backing as well as the aluminum edges, which can be seen from the front of the device, so you'll definitely be able to tell the difference between the two. As is usually the case, silver is the color to get if you want to hide fingerprints, but the black looks stealthy and clean. Which would you choose?
by Brandon Miniman | May 14, 2013 8:57 AM
We're live in London taking a look at Nokia's newest flagship Windows Phone, the Lumia 925. The 925 is an improvement over the 920 in terms of weight and depth (in fact, it's an amazing 50 grams lighter than the 920). It features aluminum edges and a soft-touch backing. The camera is similar to what is found in the 920, so expect great low light-performance, but the addition of a sixth lens means that optical image stabilization is improved further. The display is a 4.5" AMOLED panel with 1280x768 resolution. In terms of other specs, the 925 is nearly identical to the 920 with a 1.5GHz ...
by Jaime Rivera | May 14, 2013 6:34 AM
For those of you that were wondering where Nokia plans to push the Nokia Lumia 925, well the wait and curiosity only lasted a couple of minutes. T-Mobile USA has just confirmed that they will be carrying the device in the USA, and their variant will definitely pack the LTE that take advantage of their new network. According to T-Mobile, the Nokia Lumia 925 will be their first Windows Phone 8 to pack LTE, which now sheds some light as to why the company refused to provide the functionality to the Lumia 810 recently. Sadly T-Mobile wasn't clear as to when the device will launch on the ...
by Jaime Rivera | May 14, 2013 5:54 AM
Nokia's London event is currently underway, and while the presentation finishes to allow us to film some of the hands-on coverage you're waiting for, the company has just made their new Nokia Lumia 925 official. There are a lot of design enhancements that make this phone stand apart from both the Nokia Lumia 920 that was launched six months ago, and also the Nokia Lumia 928 that will reach Verizon in the next coming weeks. For starters, the Nokia Lumia 925 is made of the Aluminum frame that we've been waiting for in the codename: catwalk leaks we've been teased for months now. This makes ...
by Jaime Rivera | May 13, 2013 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Sony Xperia ZR and what's special about their new device. Google I/O is next as a recent interview with Sundar Pichai reveals that we might not see Nexus hardware at the event. Then we go through the recent leaks of Google Play Games, as the possible center for games to come to Android. The Galaxy S 4 Zoom follows with a possible leaked photo, and regarding the Verizon Galaxy S 4, well set your calendar to May 23rd. We end today's show talking about the leaks of the Nokia Lumia 925. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Sony Xperia ...
by Stephen Schenck | May 13, 2013 1:52 PM
While Nokia's busy teasing its hardware for tomorrow's announcement, we might just be getting one last early, unofficial look of our own, with a couple new renders surfacing, purporting to be the Lumia 925. We only get this front-angle look and a side view, but we can still see what appear to be the trademark metallic edges. On the side view, we can just barely make out a camera bulge, which definitely has us thinking about the leaked Catwalk pic from last month, with the same tell-tale design. Of course, looks aren't everything, and we are still searching for confirmation of much of the ...
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