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Nokia Lumia 925 leaks day ahead of official launch

The Nokia Lumia 925 has leaked online ahead of tomorrow’s official unveiling, revealing the all-metal handset previously known as Catwalk.
 
Coming courtesy of notorious smartphone source EVLeaks, a picture of the Nokia Lumia 925 has appeared online ahead of an official Nokia unveiling tomorrow.
 
Technical details of the Nokia Lumia 925 are still scarce, but the device is thought to play host to a high-resolution camera, especially after the UK TV ad released over the weekend. It showed the back of the smartphone including the camera and built-in flash unit with the tagline “more than your eyes can see.”
 
A previously leaked picture of the Nokia Lumia 925 showed the camera module protruding from the back of the device, potentially due to the smartphone’s slim metal body.
 
Thought to basically be a rehashed version of the Nokia Lumia 920 smartphone with a huge camera upgrade from the current 8.7-megapixel offering, we assume the Nokia Lumia 925 will pack the same 4.5-inch OLED display with 1280 x 768p resolution screen.
 
Potentially packing the Nokia Lumia 920’s 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, the Nokia Lumia 925 is thought to be a slim, metal, high-quality handset that moves away from the plastic casing of the 920 and other Nokia Lumia models.
 
The Nokia Lumia 925 could have a Nokia 808-like PureView camera with high-resolution sensor blending the design of the Nokia Catwalk and the camera specs of the rumoured Nokia EOS smartphone.
 
The Nokia EOS is reportedly due to launch this year, with 41-megapixel image sensor supported by an LED and powerful Xenon flash.
 
The Nokia Lumia 925 could be officially unveiled at a Nokia event in London tomorrow, May 15. TrustedReviews will be there to bring you all the news.
 
Check out our best mobile phones of 2013 roundup for our take on the top handsets of this year so far.

 
Via: Slashgear

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