While I have been a happy iPhone user for years, I must admit that I have used and appreciated Nokia’s Lumia 920 – if I had encountered this phone before the iPhone, I very well may have chosen Windows Phone 8 as my go-to platform rather than iOS. Today, Nokia unveiled an even newer model of their flagship line of Windows phones – the Lumia 925.
The Lumia 925 is made mostly from aluminum, and has an absolutely gorgeous design. It also packs an 8.7MP camera with a very clever optical image stabilization feature. It’s also much thinner and lighter than the Lumia 920 – although that comes at the cost of the 920′s wireless charging support.
Between the great camera, the new thinner and lighter design, and some nice hardware improvements under the hood, the Lumia 920 looks like a great new addition to Nokia’s lineup – and the most solid Windows Phone 8 device available to date. It will be available in Europe starting in June, with a launch on T-Mobile’s U.S. network shortly thereafter.
We look forward to getting one in for review as soon as we can – and of course, you’ll be the first ones to know when that happens! For more information, read the official press release, or check out Nokia’s product page for the device.