Nokia officially launched its new flagship Windows Phone, the Lumia 925, at a press event Tuesday morning in London.
The Lumia 925 body sports a metal frame, plastic back, and glass screen.
It's basically the same phone as Nokia's flagship phone from last year, the Lumia 920, except it has a different body and a slightly better camera. T he Lumia 925 comes with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. Though some carriers will offer up to 32GB.
But the Lumia 925 is much thinner and lighter than the Lumia 920. The newest flagship phone weighs 139 grams compared to 185 grams. And the Lumia 925 is 8.55mm thick compared to 10.7mm thick.
Previous reports suggested the Lumia 925 would sport a 41 megapixel camera. But it has an 8.7 megapixel camera, and a 1.2 megapixel forward-facing camera.
Nokia will also ship a special social camera app with the Lumia 925 called Oggl. Oggl is made by Instagram competitor Hipstamatic, and includes a feature that will still let you share photos on Instagram. Nokia had to make the app because Instagram still isn't available on Windows Phones. Oggl will arrive on other Nokia Lumia phones in a future software update.
Nokia will start selling the phone in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, and China in June. The U.S. launch is expected to follow shortly after. It will only be available on T-Mobile. There's no price or release date yet.
This means Nokia will have three variations of its flagship phones in the US, and each one will be exclusive to a carrier. The only major difference between each phone though is the design. The Lumia 920 (AT&T) and Lumia 928 (Verizon) have a plastic body, while the Lumia 925 (T-Mobile) has an aluminum frame.
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