The Nokia Lumia 925, which will be a T-Mobile exclusive once it’s released in the US, is the first Lumia smartphone to introduce a touch of metal to its design. It has aluminum parts complimenting its a polycarbonate back, which is available in white, grey or black. A wireless charging cover is also available, but sold separately. The device runs on a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor and comes with 1GB Ram and 16GB of internal memory, 7GB of which is available out of the box. The Lumia 925, like all of Nokia’s Lumia phones, runs the Windows Phone 8 operating system.
The smartphone also includes the Nokia Smart Camera, which allows users to take up to ten images at once, and the Nokia Glance Screen, which is a lock screen that displays the time and battery level without having to push any buttons. As always, the device also comes preloaded with Nokia branded apps such as HERE Drive+ and Maps and Nokia Music.