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A Windows Phone looker

Encased in an aluminum chassis frame, the Nokia Lumia 925 also flaunts a 4.5-inch LCD screen and runs Windows Phone 8 software.

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A soft touch back

The phone's rear face is smooth polycarbonate in an off-white paint job.

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Apps at your disposal

As a Windows Phone 8 handset, the Nokia Lumia 925 has plenty of name-brand apps at its disposal, and Nokia-only apps besides.

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All aboard

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.

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Rounded spines

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.

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Trim, but not too thin

The thinnest Lumia device yet, the 925 comes in at 0.33-inches thick.

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Premium construction

On the Nokia Lumia 925's backside is its 8.7-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash.

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Snap!

The physical camera button is a Windows Phone trademark, and wakes the camera even when the phone is locked.

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Smooth sailing

Nokia keeps the Lumia 925's bottom lip free and clear.

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Up in its grille

On the tail end of the Nokia Lumia 925's back side you'll find a very wide speaker grille.

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