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Nokia launching the Lumia 625 in Singapore later this week

Nokia is set to launch the Lumia 625 in Singapore later this week, on Thursday 5th to be exact. Though there's no word on mobile operator availability just yet, Nokia has announced that the Windows Phone will be sold for S$399 ($310) off-contact at retail, and will be unveiled at the COMEX IT fair. If you're looking forward to checking out the largest display on any Lumia smartphone, you'll not have long to wait now.

As noted above, there's no word from local operators regarding price or dates, but it has been confirmed that the Lumia 625 will be stocked by SingTel and Starhub (display models have already been spotted in the wild). To serve as a quick reminder, the Lumia 625 sports LTE connectivity, a dual-core 1.2 GHz CPU, 2000mAh battery and the 4.7-inch display.

Source: Nokia Facebook, via: Twenty First Tech

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is 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 over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

8 Comments
  • You mean Microsoft...lol.
  • Badum tsh. :-)
  • Until the European authorities and the shareholders approve, it's still Nokia.
  • LOL
  • If it was not already approved, the CEO of both company wouldn't go public and talk about the deal. This is something that has been in the making for a long time. All that press release and stuff is simply formality.
  • It is just a formality now, shareholders will definitely sell :)
  • Bed time for me. All these news are putting a strain on my brain......
  • The only good inprovement of L625 over L620 for me is battery (LTE in india is not available so useless here) .
    I saw today L625 in the shop but why would it be so big a screen without the any improvement on the power (processor, ram...etc) i think i can skip  this phone... still prefer my L620