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Encased in an aluminum chassis frame, the Nokia Lumia 925 also flaunts a 4.5-inch LCD screen and runs Windows Phone 8 software.
The phone's rear face is smooth polycarbonate in an off-white paint job.
As a Windows Phone 8 handset, the Nokia Lumia 925 has plenty of name-brand apps at its disposal, and Nokia-only apps besides.
Nokia has grouped the phone's ports along the Lumia 925's top edge: a 3.5mm headphone jack, Micro-USB port, and Micro-SIM card slot.
Smoothly curved and rounded edges help make Nokia Lumia 925 comfortable to hold, but raised buttons on the right side may poke into the occasional palm.
The thinnest Lumia device yet, the 925 comes in at 0.33-inches thick.
On the Nokia Lumia 925's backside is its 8.7-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash.
The physical camera button is a Windows Phone trademark, and wakes the camera even when the phone is locked.
Nokia keeps the Lumia 925's bottom lip free and clear.
On the tail end of the Nokia Lumia 925's back side you'll find a very wide speaker grille.