Samantha, the extremely helpful store manager, told me that they have the Lumia 925 in stock and quoted me a price of $49 and $20 for 24 months or $529.99 off contract.
The Windows Phone store display has the Nokia Lumia 521 and the Lumia 925 image but there were NO working demos for both devices.
The manager went to the back and grabbed a Lumia 925 in retail box for me. My first thought was that it is generic T-Mobile retail box which is similar to the packaging for Nokia C7-Astound. Inside the box you will find the device, micro USB cable, wall charger, SIM tray release key and documentation.
Samantha also showed me the section where I can find the Nokia Lumia 925 accessories. There is a handful of accessories for the Lumia 925, but one particular one was missing, the wireless charging shell. I am big fan of wireless charging and believe the built-in wireless charging found in the Lumia 920.
Here’s a video I took of the Nokia Lumia 925 in action during the T-Mobile Event last week in NYC.
Here are a few pics I took during the T-Mobile Event in NYC:
If you are looking to order the Lumia 925, T-Mobile’s first 4G/LTE Windows Phone, click on this link or visit a local store.
We are currently waiting for a review unit from T-Mobile and once we receive it we will do a full review of the device.
Let us know if you have any questions or comments?
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