This is Brian Bennett for cnet.com, and we're at T Mobile's launch event in New York.
And this is the Nokia Lumia 925.
So if you guys are familiar with Nokia products, you'll know that it's very similar to the Nokia Lumia 920 but this device 925 is basically sporting a very nice sleek metal design.
You can see it has a pretty big 4.5-inch screen.
It also has a
2 megapixel camera above it and have the typical Windows Phone 8 buttons here on the bottom-- capacitive.
And on the back it has a 13 megapixel camera with LED Flash as well as the sort of soft-touch kind of material here.
It's kinda nice to feel.
It also has, you know, metal styling all around.
But essentially, this is the pretty much the same thing on the inside as the Nokia Lumia 920.
what sets these apart is that it's gonna be available on T Mobile very soon and it'll connect to T Mobile's new 4G LTE Network.
So, there you have it folks.
We just took a first look at the Nokia Lumia 925.
I'm Brian Bennett for cnet.com.
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