Nokia have just revealed their biggest phone to date, the 4.7-inch Nokia Lumia 625. A mid-range Windows Phone 8 handset, it sees Nokia following the trend for increasingly bigger handsets.
Though a sizeable 4.7-inches, it is however running at a fairly lowly resolutions of 480 x 800, which may make it not the sharpest handset out there. Processing chops seem solid though, with a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 running the show here – keep in mind that Windows Phone 8 is less processor-intensive than, say, Android, so the lack of a quad-core isn’t that big a deal here.
Thinner than a Nokia Lumia 925 at just 9.15mm, both HSPA radios and LTE are supported, including EE’s Band 3 4G range.
No PureView camera tech here like in the flagship Lumia 1020 – rather, its a simple 5MP deal on the back, with the gif-making Cinemagraph tool and the Smart Camera app previously on the Lumia 925. 8GB of storage is built in, while microSD cards let you boost it by an extra 64GB.
“With our largest smartphone screen to date, the Nokia Lumia 625 is a perfect example of how Nokia is delivering leading smartphone innovation and experiences at every price point,” said Jo Harlow, executive vice president, Nokia Smart Devices.
Headed to EE, Vodafone, O2, Phones4U and Carphone Warehouse by early September, it’ll be priced at £200.
Check out the official Nokia promo vid below:
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