Summary: If you’re after a super cheap 4G phone on contract, and you value an easy to use operating system over staying on the bleeding edge or being able to use all of the latest trendy web services, you really can’t go wrong with the Nokia Lumia 625.
Excerpt: It has a lot more to offer than just its multiple brightly-colored shells, which are replaceable and available in white, orange, green, yellow, and black. Being the predecessor to the Nokia Lumia 620, the 625 comes with a sleek body and smooth contours which altogether make for an easy grip thanks...
Pros: Great Windows Phone 8 features and sufficient battery life. Excellent price. Clean design.
Summary: Despite some of my caveats, I like the Nokia Lumia 625 overall. While it’s a downer that they made the battery harder to access and to not include NFC, it makes up for it with some welcome upgrades, such as the bigger screen size (I can’t stress this enough).
Summary: All in all, this phone that will cover all the basics that should be in a smartphone.A good processor, practical OS, colorful design and a camera. However if this is phone doesn’t have everything you’re looking for and if your budget can handle another 1000 EGP, then you should consider one of its...
Pros: Practical size, colorful design, reasonable price and Microsoft Office availability.
Cons: Limited RAM space, average display and basic camera.
Conclusion: The Nokia Lumia 625’s differentiator is its LTE antenna. Based on that alone, yes, we really would invest in one were we in the market for a phone in this price range. But the rest of the phone isn’t chopped liver, far from it: this is a decent performer sold at a really good price, and the...
Excerpt: Nokia has targeted almost all the price points with its Windows Phone offerings. We have the entry level Lumia 520 dominating the sub 10k entry-level category. We have the Lumia 720 that is a good buy for the Rs. 15,000 to Rs.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 625 aims to become a really great successor to the Lumia 620 with its larger and better screen, bigger battery, and faster CPU. Not to mention that it carries a solid build and sleek design that Nokia is known to deliver.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 625 is a smartphone interesting, well-built, and that looks nice. The sheet is not exaggerated is not a problem in daily and is well proportioned to the price, although we would have liked a higher amount of RAM. Excellent is the connectivity, thanks to the inclusion of 4G format.
Pros: 4G connection, Stylish and well built, From the large diagonal screen, MicroSD slot, Good battery life.
Cons: Screen quality improved, Only 512 MB of RAM, Non-removable battery.
Conclusion: We have no choice but to put aside the Microsoft deal, the value of stock and the aftershocks in our evaluation. Simply put, the Nokia Lumia 625 has the timing - but not the substance - of a swan song. That said, it would be a massive injustice to burden the phone with such responsibility.
Pros: Quad-band GSM support, Tri-band 3G and LTE support with 42 Mbps HSDPA and 5.7 Mbps HSUPA, 4.7" 16M-color IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen of 480 x 800 pixels with Gorilla Glass 2, 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, 1080p video recording @ 30fps, 0.3MP front-facing camera, Windows Phone 8 ...
Cons: 4.7" quite a stretch for the WVGA resolution, App catalog falls short of Android and iOS, Non-user-accessible battery, Only 512MB of RAM, No system-wide file manager, No NFC, Below average loudspeaker performance
Excerpt: The bigger the screen, the better. That seems to be the standard thinking among manufacturers these days when it comes to smartphones. And over the past few years, we’ve seen diameters gradually creep upward — sometimes to ridiculous proportions.
Pros: Offline HERE Maps and Drive+ Navigator. Cheapest Windows Phone with 4G connectivity.
Cons: Bulky and heavy, with a low quality display. Disappointing camera performance. The worst Lumia to date.