Today, the most hotly anticipated handset is set to be unveiled in few minuted. The Finnish giant will unveil its Windows Phone 8 powered Lumia 925 in London. Codenamed ‘Nokia Catwalk', the device was leaked several times in the past few days.
It is believed that the Nokia Lumia 925 might be the global edition of the recently announced Lumia 928. Instead of polycarbonate plastic, the handset will arrive with brushed aluminum chassis, a 4.5-inch OLED display, dual -core processor, and an 8.7-mega pixel shooter powered by PureView imaging technology. Before its maiden launch, the alleged images have been leaked.
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The Twitter sensation @evleaks , has once again managed to grab headlines. Going by the images, the device houses aluminum ducked body instead of regular polycarbonate shell. Indeed the Lumia 925 is all about its camera. While nothing is official yet, but it seems that Nokia finally wants to give Apple iPhone a brand new competitor in the form of ‘Catwalk'.
Interestingly, the images shown to us before the Lumia 928 launch as Verizon logo on the front panel. With these images, it appears that Nokia has plans to make the Lumia 925 a global device. The second image shows the right hand side of the device. It features a volume rocker button, lock button, and a shutter try. The real action is set to start in another hour. Stay tuned to GizBot.
Nokia Lumia 925 - Highlighted specifications
The Nokia Lumia 925 is a flagship device soon to be announced by Finnish giant. It will come with a 4.5 -inch OLED display with resolution of 1, 280 X 768 pixels, Qualcomm dual -core snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of internal storage , a non-removable battery, an 8.7-mega pixel rear camera with Dual LED Flash, and a large battery embedded inside.
Update: It seems that Nokia could announce a global version of Lumia 928 along with aluminum body ducked - Lumia 925. Instead of making a mini version of Lumia 925, the Finnish giant has gone for rather toned version to differentiate itself from other tech vendors.