With Sony, HTC and Samsung having all already announced new flagships of their own in 2013, Nokia has seen fit to breathe new life into its still very much current top dog – the Nokia Lumia 920. The result is the new Nokia Lumia 925, the first Lumia device to offer metal bodywork, an all-new camera design with a six-element lens and Windows Phone 8 with the latest Nokia tweaks on-board.
Lighter and thinner than its predecessor, the Nokia Lumia 925 totes a 4.5-inch PureMotion+ HD ClearBlack AMOLED display offering WXGA (1280×768) resolution. The innards of the 925 take the shape of a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4G connectivity for ultra-fast mobile browsing – ready for when Vodafone launches its 4G services later this year and of course an 8.7-megapixel PureView camera, which for the first time makes use of the company’s new Nokia Smart Camera application; designed to help you create great effects or get the best shot on-the-fly.
The Nokia Lumia 925 is available from Vodafone on some great tariffs. You can nab an exclusive black 32GB version for free on a £34-per-month Vodafone Red plan. This 24-month plan includes unlimited calls and texts, 2GB of mobile data and 500MB of WiFi hotspot access.