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With its staggering camera, the Lumia 925 takes the kind of great, crystal clear pictures that you'd normally only get with an SLR. But with tons of apps to choose from, Windows Live tiles and a gorgeous metal design, it's cutting-edge in every other department too.
Cameraphones don't come too much finer than the Lumia 925. And that's all down to the amazing 8.7-megapixel camera that's on board. With optical image stabilisation, dual LED flash and 4X digital zoom and a burst mode that means you can create action sequences or just choose the best image, it's got everything you need to take picture-perfect photos.
We think you'll love the Remove Moving Object feature too. This lets you erase anything that's strayed into your frame - especially people who've walked in by mistake. That means you can have your picture, your way. And more importantly, without anything to ruin your perfect moment.
That's not all. The PureView camera is great at video too. That's because it records in 1080p full HD at 30 frames-per-second, so even your amateur mini movies take on the look and feel of real professionalism. Even when you're shooting in low-light conditions. And you can then enjoy the results in crisp HD on the Lumia 925's jaw-droppingly sharp 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ screen.
But this is no mere cameraphone. Even if it is a very, very good one. The Lumia 925 stands out from the Android and iPhone crowd because it runs Windows Phone. This means you get a homescreen packed with customisable tiles that are constantly updating you with information on the things you're interested in. Whether that's your favourite sports team, social network updates or news headlines, the Lumia 925 has got you covered.
Of course, you'll also get tons of apps and games to choose from at the Windows Marketplace download store. And to get you started, there are some great ones pre-installed, including Microsoft Office, free music streaming with Nokia Music and the highly rated mapping software, Nokia HERE Maps.
Other features you'll find under the premium quality lightweight aluminium body of the Lumia 925 include a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera for video calling and self-portraits. The phone is 4G-ready, but whether you can enjoy this technology's super-fast internet browsing speeds depends on if your network offers this service.
Nok on wood, here comes
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