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Nokia releases Lumia 625 marketing video to show off the most affordable 4G Windows Phone

As well as launching the new Windows Phone today, Nokia also kicked off the marketing train with the above video published on the company's YouTube account. Running through what's new in the Lumia 625, we can confirm that the product looks that good in person. We also caught a glimpse of the new headsets that are being developed in partnership with Zound.

Source: YouTube

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.

30 Comments
  • First
  • Your parents must be proud.
  • When he popped out of his mothers womb he screamed FIRST!
  • pretty sure he wasn't first...someone had to make him after all.
  • Very good for a low end device!
  • Catchy :)
  • Love it. Looks so thin... and light... Anyone had a chance to hold it yet? How does it feel?
  • Video is not available
  • ⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆⬆
  • Seems a very tasty one.
  • can't be the most affordable 4G phone, the 520 takes that crown.
  • +520
  • The 520 is HSDPA+ while the 625 in addition is LTE capable. I think they mean LTE here when they talk of 4G.
  • I hate the curved glass on.my 920.
  • Completely agree.
  • It makes everything look so far away.
  • And actually affects my texting prowess
  • Anyone who wants the song in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iOqpexmvlU
  • Thank you, I was wondering that. ;)
  • Love the thin bezels. Finally.
  • What camera app is that in the video?
  • Smart Shoot
  • I thought so, but I do not see the option to create something like the example with the skateboarder.  I only see the ability to change faces or erase objects.   Maybe it is another app?
  • No that is smart shoot for GDR 2
  • Impressive
  • It's a bit scary to think that this advert could easily be for an Android Nokia smartphone. Nothing in this video communicates "Windows Phone." I understand this is Nokia's marketing branch, but still, Nokia shouldn't have to depend only on its apps to showcase the whole phone experience.
     
    [didn't mean to reply to a comment in my post]
  • This looks gorgeuos at least this nokia advert focuses more on the phone than the camera
     
  • Very good advertising, at first with the music and all, I was expecting a video with cool effects and just shots of the phone all around. Then they showed off temple run (which gives any "none-techy" a sign that they have apps) and smart shoot, nokia drive and a vimeo playing on the large screen. good video all around.