It seems that Nokia is taking a rather novel approach to making sure its devices are on every carrier. Instead of making one phone available on every carrier, it's building separate, but still largely the same, flagship devices for each major carrier.
After announcing the Lumia 928 for Verizon last week, Nokia announced today that its next flagship device - the Lumia 925 - will be available on T-Mobile later this year. The Lumia 925 is very similar to the Lumia 928 with the only differences seemingly appearing in the camera.
Before we get to that, however, you should know that the Lumia 925 has the same 4.5-inch OLED display that the 928 has. It also features the same 1GB of RAM, 8.7MP camera and 32GB of internal storage.
As for the camera differences, the Lumia 925 features a dual-LED flash - the same on the original Lumia 920. The Lumia 928 went with a Xenon flash instead. The 928 will have the best flash out of the three, but a dual-LED flash isn't too shabby.
Speaking of cameras, Nokia also announced today new camera software for the Lumia 925 called Smart Camera. As its name implies, it allows users to do some pretty sophisticated photo editing work from within the camera app:
So, when will T-Mobile customers be able to get their hands on the Lumia 925? The carrier isn't saying yet. The same goes for the price.[h/t: Engadget]