The newest Lumia device from Nokia has been officially revealed as the Lumia 925.
After much rumour and speculation, the device does indeed have an aluminium body unlike all previous Lumias, and to top that off it has a 8.7 MP PureView camera which Nokia claim is even better than the camera found on the Lumia 920, which is currently regarded by most as the best smartphone camera available.
Nokia claim that the 925 is even better again, owing to the addition of a fifth lens which they claim makes photos sharper.
The Lumia 925 has a 4.5″ OLED screen with Nokias’ ClearBlack technology, the move away from an IPS screen was also rumoured before the launch.
Wireless Charging won’t be built in as standard, which is a shock as we’ve come to expect that with Lumias lately.
Wireless charging cases will be available separately however, in red, yellow, white and black which will help to add colour to the frankly boring grey, white and black base colours.
This will also be the lightest Lumia yet, weighing just 139 grams compared to the 920 which weighs a hefty 185 grams.
The Lumia 925 will cost €469 (before taxes) and release in June on Vodafone in Europe. We’ve reached out to Nokia for an Irish-specific launch date and will update when we hear back.
We’ll have more info later on in the day.