Nokia is not the only smartphone manufacturer hard at work in releasing Windows Phone 8 devices, but it definitely looks like the most committed Microsoft partner of all. It has become pretty hard to keep track of all Lumia models with WP8, especially after the uncovering of the 92oT a while ago and 825 today.
Both these phones are set to come out only in China and both will be awfully similar to the “international” Lumia 920 and 820. However, they’ll also up the spec ante a bit while keeping their budget friendliness in store.
The Lumia 825 is set to sport a PureMotion display that’s supposed to be superior to the AMOLED panel on the 820 in terms of pure image quality, but also as far as sensitivity goes. The on-board storage is set to be upped as well, from a measly 8 GB to a much more comfortable 16 gigs.
The rest of the specs are identical across the board, so the 820 and 825 will both feature 1.5 GHz dual-core CPUs, 1 GB of RAM, 8 MP rear-facing snappers and 1,650 mAh batteries. The 825 should start selling in February 2013 for a yet to be announced price.
Via [Phone Arena]