Nokia Lumia 925 specs and details unveiled

mine_dump

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i am pretty sick of all these friggin phones, maybe i should find a new place to hang out, it never ceases, phone after phone agter phone, that was nice typo
 
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kingrob

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On par with my Samsung Galaxy S2, hell, even the same 2000 mAh battery! :eek:
 
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kingrob

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i am pretty sick of all these phone, maybe i should find a new place to hang out

Yup, I feel your pain.

Nokia has taken up all the X20 slots, now it's X25.

And still the same ol' Windows Phone 8 from last year. :sick:
 

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On par with my Samsung Galaxy S2, hell, even the same 2000 mAh battery! :eek:

Don't you mean the S3?

But yeah I get what you saying but for me its more than about specs. It's about what does this phone offer more than say any other windows phone out there. Short answer nothing. If you already own a top range Windows Phone there is not a single stat that screams at you that your phone is outdated. Not from the design or the OS. In fact this is the part where I do think from an OEM's perspective that Windows Phone might be a very bad idea.

For consumers the story is different I guess, as you do not get pushed like other devices to always stay up to date.

Only problem for me is that it also lacks the customization that I become use to. From swapping my keyboards to swype enabled ones(Touchpal) to adding gestures for extra actions.(Swipepad hyper launcher) Yes its small things but if you add em all up they make my phone, mine.
 

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Yup, I feel your pain.

Nokia has taken up all the X20 slots, now it's X25.

And still the same ol' Windows Phone 8 from last year. :sick:

Not quite kingrob.

I think the Lumia 120 running WP7.8 (freshly released, just two months ago) would suit your taste.
 

OGroteKoning

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Not quite kingrob.

I think the Lumia 120 running WP7.8 (freshly released, just two months ago) would suit your taste.

No offence, but you are really fighting hard for Nokia and WP on these here forums... Do you own shares or work for them?
 

Kayoss

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How is this phone any different to the lumia 920? Am I missing something here?..
 

Rocco1

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The main difference i can see off the bat is that is approximately 25% lighter than the 920
- ie nearly 50 grams lighter
 

BeVonk!

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Nokia, put Android on this and I will buy it ... and so will millions of others. We love your hardware ... but don't want Ballmer's OS on it. Get rid of êlop and offer Android versions too. I promise that your market share will shoot up through the roof.
 

OGroteKoning

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Nokia, put Android on this and I will buy it ... and so will millions of others. We love your hardware ... but don't want Ballmer's OS on it. Get rid of êlop and offer Android versions too. I promise that your market share will shoot up through the roof.

Sadly I doubt that will happen. They invested too much in Ballmer's OS
 

BeVonk!

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Sadly I doubt that will happen. They invested too much in Ballmer's OS

They can still run with that too. Just offer Android as an alternative. Can be stock out of the oven Android like on the Nexus ... nothing special on op. This will pull them up and they can cross subsidise the Ballmer OS side until it is doing well on its own. Two Nokia OS options will be great. I'm sure the shareholders will agree.
 

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Nokia, put Android on this and I will buy it ... and so will millions of others. We love your hardware ... but don't want Ballmer's OS on it. Get rid of êlop and offer Android versions too. I promise that your market share will shoot up through the roof.

That is ridiculously bold statement. I promise if they did that they will go the way of HTC. A hardware maker selling a commoditized OS.
For better or worse, they have have their own identity at least
 

OGroteKoning

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That is ridiculously bold statement. I promise if they did that they will go the way of HTC. A hardware maker selling a commoditized OS.
For better or worse, they have have their own identity at least

They had their own identity for too long with Symbian. That did not work out too well either. Their hardware has always been good and with Android, I think they will do pretty well running it on parallel with WM
 
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