At 4.5 inches, the display is the same size as the 920, and the newly unveiled US-only Lumia 928. It has the same 1,280x768-pixel resolution as well, but it uses OLED rather than LCD technology, which Nokia claims makes it more vivid. It certainly seemed good to me, but I'll leave my final verdict for the full review. The 8.7-megapixel camera is again the same as you'll get on the 920, but Nokia has given it a couple of small tweaks. It uses slightly different optics in the lens, which Nokia claims gives photos better definition. The firmware has been improved too to help reduce image noise in low light. The 920 was already a superb performer in low light, so I'm looking forward to seeing what it can do.
There are some software additions for the camera too, The SmartCam features takes a burst of 10 images at once that you can then edit into an action sequence, change faces in a scene or choose the best image from the bunch to save, We've seen these functions already on the Galaxy S4, but the 925 allows you to choose how to edit the images after you've taken them, rather than choose a setting to shoot in beforehand, Elsewhere, the features are pretty much the same as the 920, The Windows Phone 8 software elago leather flip case for iphone 6 - metallic grey and brown is the same as are the bundled Nokia apps..
The 925 is set to go on sale here in the UK and the rest of Europe from June, with prices tentatively set at €470 (£400) -- although expect that to change considerably once VAT and tax has been applied. What do you think of the 925? Is it all takin' and no givin'? Or enough to drive you crazy (if you let it)? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below or over on our Facebook page. The Nokia Lumia 925 sits at the top of Nokia's Windows Phone 8 range, sporting a metal construction and 8.7-megapixel camera.
The phone industry expert's stats make grim reading for any company making mobiles with any other operating system, particularly BlackBerry and Nokia, Even without new Android flagships such as the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 on sale, the first quarter was utterly dominated by Google's platform, It's a staggering jump for Android, up to 74.4 per cent of the market from 56.9 per cent a year ago, It's taken that share from everyone: iPhone, elago leather flip case for iphone 6 - metallic grey and brown BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Bada and Symbian are all losers in terms of market share..
More mobiles running Apple's iOS and Microsoft's Windows Phone were actually sold than in the first part of 2012 -- Windows Phone more than doubled -- but Android sold so many more it dwarfs them. The figures illustrate how smart phones are quickly becoming the norm. Out of 426 million blowers shipped in the quarter, 210 million were classified as smart by Gartner, up from 147 million a year ago -- even as total phone sales have barely risen at all. Samsung is the chief beneficiary of Android's unstoppable rise, with nearly 65 million smart phones flogged, far ahead of Apple's 38 million, and miles beyond any other Android maker.