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Nokia's new Lumia 625 has the largest screen of any Lumia phone so far, at 4.7 inches. It runs the latest version of the Windows Phone software, codenamed Amber.
The smartphone will come in six colors: black, white, green, orange, yellow, and red. (Red version not pictured.)
It's a plastic case, although it doesn't feel cheap and nasty like some of its low-cost rivals.
The phone is 9.15mm thick and weighs 159g.
The camera is a 5-megapixel affair, with LED flash. It can shoot 1080p video at 30fps.
The Lumia 625 features removable rear covers so you can change the color if you want, but there is no removable battery.
It shares a few features with the Nokia Lumia 1020, including the Smart Camera app seen on that phone.
There is a microSD card slot underneath the rear cover.
The headphone port is at the top of the phone.
This press photo shows the headphones that Nokia will be selling alongside the phone. It's called the Cloud Boom for Nokia, and the company claims the cable is tangle-free.