Reminder: Preorders for the AT&T Nokia Lumia 925 are now live
Just in case you needed a little jolt to your memory, AT&T has now put up the all black Nokia Lumia 925 up for preorder today, with an anticipated ship date of September 11th. The device should be in stores on the 13th and if you preorder we bet a few of you will get the device a day early for some bragging rights.
The AT&T Nokia Lumia 925 will set you back $99 on contract, $21 a month with the Next upgrade program or a flat $429 off-contract. Featuring a 4.5” PureMotion HD+ AMOLED display, all black color scheme with an aluminum chassis and that 8.7MP PureView camera (with an added sixth lens element for increased sharpness), the Lumia 925 is one looker of a device. In fact while we gloat about the Lumia 1020’s photographic abilities, our Lumia 925 is constantly going with us too due to its fantastic design.
Reader of the site Nicholas C. has also informed us that your local Microsoft Store, should you live near one, is also taking preorders. There’s no mention of special offers, though those stores often toss in $10 Windows Phone Store cards and you can get a student discount too if you qualify—so it may be worth checking out (there’s no online availability yet).
Windows Phone Central first broke the story of AT&T picking up the Lumia 925 last Friday. The report was later confirmed on Tuesday by AT&T who made an official announcement about the impending launch.
While the Lumia 925 won’t be replacing the eight-month old Lumia 920, that latter device has permanently dropped down to $49 on contract, which isn’t bad since you do get built in Qi wireless charging that the Lumia 925 omits for thinness and an additional 16GB of onboard storage.
Head to AT&T to get your preorders in and let us know in comments if you’re getting one!
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Daniel Rubino is the Editor-in-chief of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft since 2007 when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, laptops, next-gen computing, and for some reason, watches. Before all this tech stuff, he worked on a Ph.D. in linguistics, watched people sleep (for medical purposes!), and ran the projectors at movie theaters because it was fun.