Nokia Lumia 925 Review

Wednesday, August 28, 2013



Nokia Lumia 925 Review | The Nokia Lumia 925 is a refined however meaningful update of what was - literally until some days ago - the company's high smartphone providing. While designers and engineers were busy fixing the Lumia 920, the fellows not far away produced a louder bang with the Lumia 1020.


Still, the Lumia 920 was in several ways in which the flagship that basically showed the company with its best foot forward. And the Lumia 925 is a very welcome facelift, sporting a lighter, thinner aluminum frame rather than the all-polycarbonate bulk of its predecessor.

The screen is of the identical size and determination, except this time around it's an AMOLED panel, that works great with the largely black WP8 interface. It's the AMOLED screen too that takes credit for the fat loss. Other tiny highlights are the inclusion of an FM radio and some minor software improvements, however those will also be seeded to the Lumia 920 with a software update.



Key features

  •     Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
  •     Quad-band 3G with 42 Mbps HSDPA and 5.7 Mbps HSUPA support
  •     4.5" 16M-color PureMotionHD+ AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of 1280 x 768 pixels
  •     8 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, 1080p@30fps video recording
  •     Optical Image stabilization with floating lens technology
  •     1.3MP front-facing camera
  •     Windows Phone 8 OS
  •     1.5GHz dual-core Krait CPU, Adreno 225 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8960 chipset, 1GB of RAM
  •     Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band
  •     GPS receiver with A-GPS and GLONASS support
  •     Free lifetime voice-guided navigation
  •     32GB of inbuilt storage
  •     Stylish aluminum frame results in a thinner and lighter profile than the Lumia 920
  •     Active noise cancellation with a dedicated mic
  •     Wireless charging with optional accessories
  •     Built-in accelerometer, gyroscope and proximity sensor
  •     Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
  •     microUSB port
  •     Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP and file transfers
  •     SNS integration
  •     Xbox Live integration and Xbox management
  •     NFC support
  •     Digital compass
  •     Nokia Music
  •     FM radio

Main disadvantages

  •     No microSD card
  •     No system-wide file manager
  •     No lockscreen shortcuts
  •     Mono sound for video recording

When it comes to the updated chassis, the Lumia 925 refresh can be likened to BMW's M-Series - they are terribly almost like their non-M-powered brethren when it comes to design, but the updated body could be a definite improvement over the first. In terms of what goes beneath the hood though, these are two different faculties of thought. Because the 925 is largely the identical package because the the Lumia 920.

The Lumia 925 is all concerning the appearance and feel - the updated body is a definite improvement, and there is some further options thrown in to sweeten the pot furthermore. Although it could be minor, the inclusion of the thinner and, additional importantly, lighter frame takes care of two of the disadvantages we listed for the Lumia 920.

The chipset is the identical as before and whereas it's not a benchmark blaster, however WP devices have consistently demonstrated they don't need an excessive amount of horsepower to administer a smooth ride through the UI. Of course, heavier apps could tend to load a touch slower, but lags and system freeze ought to be just about impossible.

Up next, we have a tendency to'll be taking a closer study the redesigned body in our unboxing and hardware inspection.

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