Excerpt: The Lumia 925 is priced at half of the Lumia 1020 but offers most of the same features as its successor. The main differentiator is the camera quality, which is a bit less impressive than the standout 1020, but still noticeably better than the rest of the phones we tested in terms of picture...
Pros: Excellent camera quality, Good display quality, Easy to navigate, Easy to read on
Cons: Poor battery life, Processor is a bit dated, Subpar speaker quality, Windows app store is limited compared to Apple and Google Play stores
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 925 is a smartphone with good quality but not particularly new compared to the previous model. Interesting especially the photographic industry, thanks to a range of photographic applications, the quality of the display, even if it is a Full HD, the area of connectivity and also...
Pros: Corning Gorilla Glass 2, Quality front camera, Carl Zeiss optics, Quality and size display, LTE support, NFC module, Advanced Photo Functions, PureView Technology, Internal Memory.
Cons: A few improvements over the previous model, Reload wireless only with accessory cover, Nokia Store is not very large, high resolution display, Memory is not expandable.
Summary: The Lumia 925 is perhaps Nokia's most refined and comfortable-to-hold handset to date. It hits all of the right notes from a design standpoint, and it looks and feels like a premium product despite having a mid-range price.
AT&T Nokia Lumia 925 review: Attractive smart phone at a nice price
21 October 2013
Excerpt: AT&T Wireless 's Nokia Lumia 925 offers an excellent Windows 8 phone that distinguishes itself from the pack by smoothly integrating with Microsoft's suite of products, including XBox, SkyDrive, Word, Excel and OneNote.
Conclusion: Like the Lumia 928, the 925’s greatest strength is Nokia. It’s the only smartphone maker that cares at all about Windows Phone, offering a wide line of new devices. The Lumia 925 is supremely comfortable to hold and its aluminum finish is beautiful. Nokia’s apps are highly useful.
Summary: Night owl. Not even one year has passed between the release of Nokia's Lumia 920 and its successor, the Lumia 925. Supposedly, the already great camera has seen further improvements. In addition, Nokia's Windows Phone flagship has been slimmed down and equipped with an AMOLED screen.
Pros: Terrific build quality, Magnificent voice quality, Superb display with deep blacks, Ships with high-quality software, Great GPS module, LTE radio, High-sensitivity display, Stylish looks, Outstanding main camera (especially in low-light situations), Both the Lumia's build quality and its display ...
Cons: Only 16 GB of system storage (unlocked variant), No SD card slot, Dated hardware, Battery non-replaceable, More system storage! A photo- and video-centric smartphone should offer more space - something which Nokia's Lumia 1020 manages to provide.
Excerpt: When Nokia released the Lumia 920, it was packed with some of the best hardware you could find in a Windows Phone, such as the fantastic optically-stabilized camera, PureMotion HD+ display and an OS fresh from Microsoft�s update center.
Summary: Our favorite phone on T-Mobile remains the HTC One . For $50 more you get a brighter display, an even more premium build, and better sound, plus access to a lot more apps. However, we love the Lumia's camera, which makes it easier to pull off all sorts of tricks, and the Live Tile interface is more...