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Forums - Nokia Lumia 925

Daniel Rubino
Daniel Rubino

Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.

20 Comments
  • Heh, I'm famous! doesn't look like a bad little phone, if I didn't already have a 920, I'd go for this!
  • Looks like my white 920 is becoming my work phone, anyone heard info on Australian release date?
  • My own opinion, that thing looks buttt ugly.  Glad it's hidden on T-Mobile where nobody will see it.
  • I disagree that its butt ugly, but I loathe the bump on the back for the lense.  That alone would keep me from buying it.  I really like that they're getting the phone thinner and lighter though.  Overall, I'd say its a very good iteration on the 920.
  • I like T-Mobile and this new Lumia very much...not sure why people on here hate both...
  • Not even in the neighborhood of ugly. Its on T-Mo but why not have a flagship WP there too?  Especially in the 900 + class of Nokia phones.
  • Discuss disappointment in forums!
  • Seriously tired of the complaining, in general. This and the 928 are flagships on two of the three US carriers. This should be viewed as positive.
  • The cut in ram is a bad move and im unsure about the way the camera sticks out of the back.
  • This device has 512 MiB ram ?
  • Think he means storage.
  • No it does not. I contains a full gig of ram but only 16GB of storage. He was mistaken.
  • The 925 comes with either 16 or 32GB of storage.  T-Mobile opted for only the 16GB model to carry.  - Memory: 1GB RAM, 16 GB user memory (32GB on Vodafone).
  • Its nice, I should've know it wasn't something for at&t. I guess I have to think about getting the red 920 again..
  • I like the way it looks in the back. Since its on T-mo without contracts, I am inclined to pick this puppy up.  It looks really nice.
  • The only touch it's missing is the oval-like shape of the Carl Zeiss logo on the back. This is a clear distinction for Nokia amongst smartphones.
  • 16GB is plenty for me :-)
  • wa? no bright colors? like yellow or cyan!
  • Nice
  • I'll wait for the 920 upgrade.  I do like this though.  I just would rather have wireless charging built in.