Nokia unveils 2 new Lumia models in city

Nokia India has launched two new additions to its Lumia portfolio – Nokia Lumia 925 and Nokia Lumia 625 in the city.

Published: 02nd September 2013 08:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2013 08:33 AM   |  A+A-


Nokia India has launched two new additions to its Lumia portfolio – Nokia Lumia 925 and Nokia Lumia 625 in the city.

Actor Trisha Krishna along with T S Sridhar, regional general manager (South), Nokia India, and Satish Babu, founder, UniverCell launched the model at UniverCell Store, Phoenix Market City.

The newNokia Lumia 925 offers a superlative imaging experience enabled by the world’s most advanced lens technology, PureView camera and Nokia’s next generation imaging software to deliver clearer, sharper pictures and video as well as enhanced low-light imaging – all packed in a suavely designed, slim and stylish metal-polycarbonate body, Sridhar said.

Th Nokia Lumia 625 flaunts a large 4.7-inch super-sensitive LCD screen designed for a great entertainment experience, with the added impetus of an exclusive video content app offering access to a rich cache of over 3,000 movies across Hollywood, Bollywood and regional genres for streaming and downloading, he added.

Pointing out that smartphones have become an integral part of people’s lives today, Trisha said she used her device extensively to remain connected, for music, watching videos and clicking images.

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