Have a peek at what makes the Lumia 925 work like magic
An image has been published on Polish forum Windows Mania that details all the parts that make the Lumia 925 work as we know it. The new flagship Windows Phone from Nokia will be launching in numerous markets and exclusively on T-Mobile in the US, but what does it look like when you smash the smartphone to pieces and an only see the components?
It's interesting to see just how everything fits back together and looking at the image below, there's actually not much to it (compared against the Lumia 920), which is exactly what the manufacturer planned. The multiple parts of the antenna is visible that utilise the metal around the side of the phone to help achieve stable connectivity.
We believe the device will be a popular choice, especially since it's such an attractive Nokia Windows Phone. So who's excited at the prospect of picking a Lumia 925 up?
via: SymbianTweet; thanks, jmajid, for the tip!
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.
I'm spilling my opinions about extra cases for wireless charging being a bit dumb. Especially coming from a beautiful Nokia device/design. Cool?
Now if we were on the Verge or Engadget, and there were a bunch of iTards bashing the 925's implementation of wireless charging, then yes you can come in and point out that most phones (especially iPhone) don't even have wireless charging.
I wonder if all phones have them?