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Hands on T-Mobile's Nokia Lumia 925

We already knew that Nokia's new global flagship, the Lumia 925, is headed our way for T-Mobile this summer. Yet it's still nice seeing the dedicated U.S. version for ourselves.

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See? T-Mobile

Beyond the T-Mobile logo and U.S. network optimization and support, the U.S. 925 remains the same worldwide when it comes to the basic stats and specs. The device runs Windows Phone 8 OS on a 4.7-inch display, has a zippy dual-core processor, and an 8.7-megapixel camera. The 925 model adds an extra lens for a total of six, which Nokia says will make daylight photos extra sharp and bright.

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Nokia ditches the bright colors for this more subdued model. The 925 comes in white, black, and gray.

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Color palette redux

While the frame is made from aluminum, the phone's back plate is polycarbonate, a type of hardened plastic.

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If you really want a shot of color...

...then you can buy these after-market charging covers, which also include wireless-charging capabilities.

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