Nokia Lumia 625 with 4G connectivity will land in the UK this month.
Nokia have confirmed that the Lumia 625 will be available to buy from August 28th. Initially, it'll be available to buy on O2, Vodafone and EE networks - with prices starting at just £21 a month. Those looking to pickup the smartphone on Pay As You Go will be looking at paying £179 , according to Nokia themselves.
The Nokia Lumia 625 is a 4G-enabled smartphone with a mid-range specification - making it more affordable than the range of 4G mobiles currently available. It's specification includes a 4.7 inch touch-screen display (800*480 pixels) , a dual-core processor and a 5 mega-pixel camera.
O2 and Vodafone are both launching their 4G networks on August 29th , so Nokia's smartphone will be a 4G ready launch device on both networks. Initially, O2's 4G service will only be available in "London, Leeds and Bradford" - with Vodafone's service is only available in London to begin with.
EE's 4G coverage is far more widespread - with 95 cities now connected to the superfast network in the UK. Three will launch their 4G network before the end of 2013 and will offer their customers a free upgrade and will be the only operator offering unlimited 4G data !
Those looking to enjoy 4G without breaking the bank could do much worse than Nokia's Lumia 625. We'll be posting our review of the smartphone shortly, until then you you can read all about the Nokia Lumia 625 here.
By Simon Thomas on 15th August, 2013