The new phone comes with the new metal design and PureView camera
Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has begun selling of Nokia Lumia 925 in Europe, which the company unveiled last month.
Starting with Germany, Nokia will sell the smartphone in other European markets and China, which will be followed by the US and other markets worldwide.
The new phone comes with the new metal design and PureView camera innovation along with new features and third party applications for the Nokia Lumia series of phones.
Metal design of the device comes with the polycarbonate back in white, grey or black and the phone is compatible with the wireless charging cover that can be clipped onto its back to be charged wirelessly.
According to the company, the Lumia 925 can capture low-light images with the new lens technology and next-generation imaging software, while featuring new Nokia Smart Camera.
Additionally, the smartphone comes with a beta version of the Nokia Glance Screen with the standby screen clock that allows the users to see the time and battery level indicator without pushing any buttons and enable to unlock the phone with a double tap on the standby screen.
Running on the Windows Phone 8 operating system, the phone has 4.5-inch AMOLED WXGA display with sculpted Gorilla 2 Glass and is powered by the 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon, and features a PureView 8.7MP camera.