honestly, we weren’t expecting another Lumia to pop out of Nokia’s stable so soon, but the Finnish handset maker’s relentless pursuit to capture a larger slice of the smartphone has resulted yet another beauty be announced: the Nokia Lumia 625 Windows Phone. further emphasizing the firm’s desire to capture more followers, the 625 is positioned as “an accessibly priced 4G smartphone” so that everyone, and this case we are assuming the young and trendy as evidence from the color options offered, can enjoy the awesomeness of its innovation and design. a phone is still a phone, so ultimately, pricing plays a huge part in the decision making and for €220, you really can’t say it won’t tickle the fancy of average smartphone users – and we are talking about a puny phone for the 625 is well endowed with a 4.7″ WVGA display that boasts Nokia’s now signature sunlight readability enhancement (Corning Gorilla Glass 2 comes as standard).

running the clockwork is a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor clocking at 1.2GHz backed by a modest 512MB RAM, and it is of course, running on the latest Windows Phone 8 OS. while the 5MP autofocus main camera may not be something to shout about, it does gain support from integrated camera applications as found on the flagship Lumia 1020, including Nokia Smart Camera, as well as Nokia Cinemagraph. other features include a VGA front-facing camera, 8GB built-in storage, expandable storage via microSD card (supporting up to 64GB, but if that’s not enough there’s always the free 7GB of SkyDrive to turn to), Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, A-GPS, the usual suite of sensors, and a 2,000 mAh battery that touts 15.2 hours of talk time over 3G and 90 hours of music playback. the Nokia Lumia 625 Windows Phone will be rolling into the markets including China, EU, Asia Pacific and the likes (no mention of North America, though) in the third quarter this year with an estimated price of €220, or about US$290.

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