NOKIA LUMIA 625, IS THE FIRST FAILURE OF THE LUMIA FAMILY?
Nokia launches under the operating system Windows Phone 8 have been very attractive, but it seems the Lumia 625 model is not up to expectations. Low resolution and a style that disengages with the rest of the Lumia family, is there room in the market for this phone?
To date, the Nokia Lumia family came through one of his best, with high-quality releases and good reviews by users and experts, but the new Nokia Lumia 625 is the complete opposite of the fabulous 925 and 1020 models . Why do we say that is so bad?
The new phone Nokia Lumia has a comfortable design, easy to grip and use, but once you see your screen running things start to get complicated. With 4.7 inches is the screen with less resolution of the Finnish manufacturer, only 480×800 pixels.
The comparison with the HD resolution is devastating Nokia Lumia 925, this new mid-range phone will not stop to find a niche in the market and do not understand what kind of users are looking to seduce the company, it seems an absurdity to launch a phone and after the excellent results of the rest of the family.
The problems of the Lumia 625
Being such a large screen, the mosaics of Windows Phone 8 lose quality, interface design details are not well and the overall look of the phone, once lit, it’s pretty nasty. Yes, in terms of exterior design is an ergonomic mobile, very comfortable and easy to use. The polycarbonate housings are another plus Nokia Lumia family, swap colors allowing for greater customization, but unlike the vibrant hues chosen so far, the Nokia Lumia 625 has matte finish and does not seem the most appropriate to promote the device.
The rear camera is only 5 megapixels and photos are not up to the rest of the family, it seems that Nokia wants to take the lower-middle range with a device that has not taken off, any features attractive enough and most likely the phone will be forgotten as a failure, quite common when performing many pitches per year. What about the price? 266 euros, free, for a phone with these features seems a bit exaggerated.