Nokia Lumia 625 is Now Official for Php13,200

Nokia Philippines has officially launched and released the new Lumia 965 with a price tag of Php13,200. This one has a 4.7-ich IPS LCD display making it largest Windows Phone-powered device released to date by Nokia and that also supports LTE technology, well until the Lumia 1520 is official at least. But if you are looking for a more affordable yet bigger display Windows smartphone, Lumia 625 is the best bet.

Lumia 625 has a resolution of 800x480 at 199ppi. There is a Snapdragon S4 processor underneath it which is clocked at 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8930 paired with 512MB of RAM. Cameras are somewhat not that likeable compare to Android-based smartphone with the same price range, rear cam is pegged at 5MP autofocus w/ LED Flash while the front facing snapper is only a VGA one. Available in five different colors, orange, yellow, white, black and bright green. You can see it's a colorful smartphone which is of course the signature of Lumia line of devices and the good thing about it is that the back panel is changeable which is also another Nokia signature especially during era back in the days were smartphones were least popular.

Nokia Lumia 625
Right out of the box, Lumia 625 will come in 8GB storage space but still expandable via microSD up to 64GB. While the display is not full HD, its back camera is capable of HD 1080p recording. I really don't understand phones that do not have high definition display and yet can capture HD clips, how I can enjoy my HD recordings in my phone while the handset itself does not support HD. I think I am missing something here, and I will find it out. There must be the reason why, but until then, it does not make sense to me. Just like the Acer Liquid S2, this one is a big guy here and it sports full HD display. This Acer phablet can capture 4K video's and yet cannot playback them on the phone itself, how to view its 4K video clips? You will need a 4K resolution TV and connect the device to it and enjoy your 4K video. It's just like this.

Anyway back to the Nokia Lumie 625, the whole device and its features are supported by a 2,000mAh battery which I think is good enough for not so hard use of the phone. And it's a non-removable one by the way.

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