T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 925 Review- A Worthy Windows Phone
The Nokia Lumia 925 is finally on the T-Mobile network and I can safely say this is a worthy Flagship device on the network. The Lumia 925 is sleek aluminium Polycarbonate design, this is one of the thinnest Lumia devices as well as the lightest. The handset packs the same dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 1GB RAM and 8.7-megapixel OIS camera of the 920 and 928( with 6 lens instead of 5 like its predecessors), but the Lumia 925 is almost 50 grams (1.8 ounces) lighter than last year’s Lumia 920. Also only 8.8mm thin. Still housing the same 2,000mAh battery. The 925 model also sports an 4.5-inch Puremotion ClearBlack AMOLED screen, so while it matches the resolution of the existing 920 (1,280 x 768). Gorilla Glass 2, with ClearBlack tech and a high-brightness mode to improve outdoor visibility and the same super-sensitive touchscreen. Now the one thing that is missing from the Lumia 925 is built-in wireless charging, which is supplied by a back-cover plate.
Its a mute point by now to go over Windows phone 8 operating system, a few things have changed with the Amber GDR2 update, which we saw with the Lumia 1020. But there are many aspects to like with the Lumia 925. Its got one of the best cameras on the market (yes the 1020 is the best.) But you have got a lighter devices, that brings a flagship Windows Phone 8 capabilities to the T-Mobile network, even the wireless charging back covers are a distinct offering that aids in protecting your device. Priced at $99 you really can’t go wrong with the Lumia 925 on the T-Mobile Network.