Nokia Lumia 625 Launched in Malaysia

Last Wednesday, Nokia Malaysia invited a bunch of bloggers to witness the launch of their most affordable LTE smartphone and biggest screen display yetNokia Lumia 625.

With multiple Lumia range of smartphones from Nokia, the Finnish manufacturer continued to innovate with this Lumia 625 adding on more devices running Windows Phone 8 OS for all price points. From the high end Lumia 925 to lower end  Lumia 520, this Lumia 625 sits pretty in the mid range segment.

See Also : Nokia Lumia 925 Launched in Malaysia


Introducing the Nokia Lumia 625

Nokia Lumia 625

The Lumia 625 features a big 4.7″ LCD screen, LTE capability and interchangeable shell for more personalisation with your Home screen Live Tiles. Here’s a quick overview of the specifications of the Lumia 625:-

  • 4.7″ IPS LCD WVGA display (800 X 480)(201 ppi)
  • 1.2 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor
  • 8 GB internal storage (FREE 7GB SkyDrive cloud storage + microSD slot up to 64 GB) + 512 MB RAM
  • Powered by Windows Phone 8
  • 5 megapixel rear camera with LED Flash (1080p video), VGA front facing camera (480p)
  • 9.15 mm thin, weighing 159 grams
  • 2,000 mAH non-removable battery (15.2 hours 3G talktime)
  • Connectivity : 4G LTE/3G HSPA+, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, microSIM
  • Unique semi-transparent shell available in orange, bright green, yellow, white and black

For more information, do check out the Nokia Lumia 925 Product Page at

The big 4.7″ screen on the Lumia 625 is truly something amazing for a Nokia smartphone. Keeping up with the market of larger and larger screen, this smartphone increased screen size is a big welcome (Lumia 925 only has a 4.5″ screen). Unfortunately though, this Lumia 625’s screen resolution at 800 X 480 is not exactly the best display for a Windows Phone 8. The Samsung ATIV S has a 4.8″ screen with a 1280 X 720 resolution.

See Also : Samsung ATIV S User Review

Nevertheless, the Lumia 625 is the biggest screen size for a Nokia WP8 phone. AND it comes with 4G LTE capability, which is a big selling point.

The other point to note, for those of you who likes personalising your phone with colourful phone cases (like me!) would have so much fun with the 5 semi transparent interchangeable shells that Nokia packaged in with this phone.

Nokia lumia 625 Orange
Nokia Lumia 625 with Orange shell
Nokia Lumia 625 with 5 colourful interchangeable shells (Source : Nokia Conversations)

The interchangeable shells (casing) are made with a single piece of translucent polycarbonate (read: plastic). Something you can quickly snap in place to match with the colour scheme of your homescreen Live Tiles.

Other than having a big screen size and LTE capability, the Nokia Lumia 625 also comes with a lot of other Nokia software goodies:-

  • Nokia Smart Camera and Nokia Cinemagraph – Great camera technology as seen on other Lumia phones, incl “Best Shot”. “Motion Focus” and “Action Shot” for improved focus and action photography
  • Nokia Lumia “Amber” update for WP8 – the latest software update with added features and performance for Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 devices
  • Nokia HERE Maps, Drive and Transit – Nokia’s own mapping and navigation service
  • Great apps selection – like WhatsApp, Skype, VEVO, Viber, Vimeo, Keek, Instance (unofficial Instagram app), Temple Run as well as local apps like SmartShopper, MyPeribahasa and Phaze


Pricing and Availability

Remember when I say that the Nokia Lumia 625 is an affordable 4G LTE capable Lumia series Windows Phone 8 device?

The Nokia Lumia 625 will be available on sale starting end August 2013 in Klang Valley and beginning September 2013 for the rest of Malaysia, at a Recommended Retail Price (RRP) of RM 939 with the choice of the 5 colourful semi-transparent shells.

See Also : Nokia Lumia 920 User Review

Meanwhile, if you want to read more reviews about the Nokia Lumia 625, check out these links:-

For more information, please check out the Nokia Lumia 625 Malaysia site’s Product Page at Also remember to follow Nokia Malaysia Facebook Page at and their Nokia Malaysia Twitter at

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