Latest addition to the portfolio expected to replace the Lumia 920 as the manufacturer’s flagship device
Nokia is expected to unveil its latest Windows smartphone, the Lumia 925, at a launch event in London on May 14.
The manufacturer has been tight-lipped about the launch, with media organisations sent an invite to the day-long event on next Tuesday which merely says “See what’s next” and “The Nokia Lumia Story continues”.
According to sources close to the firm, the 925 will replace the Lumia 920 (pictured) as its flagship device.
Nokia declined to comment as Mobile News went to press.
Rumoured features include 4G capability, a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display, an eight-megapixel camera with Xenon flash and wireless charging capability, as first seen on the 920 with the manufacturer’s charging plates.