Nokia unveils the lumia 925, its new flagship Windows 8 smart phone. Many believe the recently released 928 is the same with this model but it is not.
The lumia 925 smartphone runs on the windows 8 mobile operating system. The Finish manufacturer unveiled the device, which comes equipped with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 16GB of internal storage, as part of a dedicated Lumia event that took place in London.
It has a 4.5 inch AMOLED display – Nokia’s brightest till date – at a 1280X768 resolution, and should be readable both in bright sunlight and at obscure viewing angles. The device is also slimmer than its predecessor, the lumia 920, coming in at just 8.5mm thick and 139 grams.
It is undoubtedly one of Nokia’s most attractive smartphones to date. The Nokia lumia 925 will cost N91,500 (pre-order). It has 8.7 pure view camera which allows users to capture stunning images and record full HD video even when the lights are low.
It will be available only in grey and black metallic colors, although customers can purchase an optional sleeve in either red, yellow, black and white. The sleeve also supports wireless charging , in conjunction with compatible accessories such as the Nokia Wireless Charging Pillow by Fatboy.
Nokia also confirmed photo editing and sharing app Oggl, built by the team behind Hipstamatic, which will also be available on windows phone at the time the Lumia 925 lunches later this month. It features a new exclusive camera app from Nokia called Nokia smart camera, which gives the on screen interface a massive overhaul.
The feature also lets users shoot up to ten images in quick succession, before applying various advanced edits such as motion blur, object removal and background alteration. The device is wrapped in all new aluminum body. The Lumia 925 will launch in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and China later this month.