Nokia has announced the commencement of sales for its recently launched Nokia Lumia 925 flagship phone in Europe with a debut in Germany. Vodafone is one of the carriers there to carry the aluminum Lumia 925 by the end of June.
The Lumia 925 builds on the camera prowess of earlier members of the Lumia line, with an 8.7 megapixel sensor, and the addition of Nokia’s PureView camera software thrown into the mix for good measure. All of which results in some of the best low-light pictures you can take with a smartphone.
With Europe covered, Nokia will be focusing on Chinese, where it will release the Lumia 925T – a version of the 925 made specifically for the region. Then, the Lumia 925 is planned to be available in the US for T-Mobile. “Other markets worldwide” should follow in the coming months.
Nokia Lumia 925 doesn’t ship with bundled wireless charging but a cover can be clipped onto the back of the phone to take advantage of Nokia’s wireless charging accessories and ecosystem.
Nokia had announced that the Lumia 925 will be priced around 469 EUR before taxes and subsidies.