T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 925 Delivers LTE, WiFi Calling in Slim Frame

By Wayne Rash  |  Posted 2013-08-19

At first glance, the new Nokia Lumia 925 from T-Mobile looks a lot like the Lumia 1020 from AT&T that came out around the same time. The primary difference between the two phones is that the Nokia Lumia 1020 has a 41-megapixel camera, whereas the Lumia 925 has an 8.7-megapixel one. Also, the Lumia 1020 comes with 32GB of storage, while the 925 has 16GB. Other differences: The Lumia 1020 is about 2mm thicker to accommodate the huge lens and camera bulge, while the Lumia 925 has WiFi calling. Plus, doing without the fancy camera will save you $200 if you get the Lumia 925, and probably a lot more in data charges too. Beyond that, both Lumias have the same screen (4.5 inches) and the same processor (dual-core Snapdragon), and they both run Microsoft Windows Phone 8. Neither phone has an SD card slot, which could be a big deal on the Lumia 1020 with its huge image files. Except for the difference in cameras, there's little difference in using these phones, which means that if you want a phone rather than a camera, the Nokia Lumia 925 is a vastly better deal.


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