Nokia Lumia 925 now available for pre-order at Vodafone UK

UK mobile operator Vodafone has today announced that the Lumia 925 is now available for pre-order. The new flagship Windows Phone from Nokia was unveiled last month in London and Vodafone was also there to show support for the platform and latest hardware. We've already covered Vodafone Germany and the Lumia 925, so it's time for UK consumers.

The 4G ready Windows Phone will be able to take full advantage of Vodafone's upcoming upgrades to its network, which will introduce 4G LTE connectivity for customers. As well as this capability, the operator also has the 32GB Lumia 925 exclusively in black - there's no microSD support so that's enough storage taking into account music and game fans.

So how much will you be expecting to pay for the Lumia 925 with Vodafone? The handset is free on the Vodafone Red L plan, which includes unlimited minutes, SMS and 2GB of data allowance for £34 per month. The Windows Phone is also on the Data Test Drive, enabling customers to use as much data as desired for three months. Vodafone would then inform the customer exactly how much data was used and whether or not the chosen price plan suits said needs.

Lumia 925 Wireless Charging Case

To recap on what the specifications are for the Lumia 925, we're looking at a dual-core 1.5GHz chip, 1GB RAM, 32GB internal storage (no microSD support), a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ AMOLED display, 2000mAh battery, 8.7 PureView main rear shooter (with front-facing camera) and sports NFC and wireless charging - though optional cases are required for wireless juice transfer.

Should you purchase the Lumia 925 with 4G in mind, Vodafone will be contacting customers when LTE is available in their area. There's a cost to adding 4G to a monthly plan, but this information is yet to be made public.

Source: Vodafone

Rich Edmonds
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