Nokia Lumia 925 in 32GB flavor spotted outside of Vodafone’s exclusive sphere

Nokia Lumia 925 in 32GB flavor spotted outside of Vodafone’s exclusive sphere
As announcements surrounding the Nokia Lumia 925 unfolded, there was no doubt a bit of disappointment when it was highlighted that Vodafone would be the exclusive carrier to offer a model with 32GB of storage.

Well it looks like that exclusivity for Vodafone is only for the UK market if this screen shot from a T-Mobile Germany internal inventory system is accurate.

As you run down the list of specifications the final bullet item sums it up: 32GB of internal storage, further noting no microSD slot. In addition to that little tidbit, the shot also shows a target launch time frame as the 24th week of the year which is the week starting Sunday, June 9th, meaning that the good Windows Phone fans in Germany do not have much longer to wait.

Does this mean we might see a 32GB version of the Nokia Lumia 925 come stateside to T-Mobile USA? We do not know for certain. All we know is that T-Mobile in the US will be carrying it, and while no release date has yet been announced, it is expected next month.

source: WParea.de via WMPoweruser

Nokia Lumia 925 in 32GB flavor spotted outside of Vodafone’s exclusive sphere

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12 Comments

1. UrbanPhantom

Posts: 949; Member since: Oct 30, 2012

I think 32GB internal storage is the minimum required for a flagship style device these days. While I can understand the need to cut costs, apps, pictures, and videos take up space, and there really isn't much left when you load up... However, that six element lens on the new Lumia 925 sounds like it means business. Nokia makes awesome phones, and that's just the truth about it :o`

2. EXkurogane

Posts: 863; Member since: Mar 07, 2013

I agree 32Gb is the minimum, some game installers are over a gig in size, and when you include the game data, and after exverything is extracted it needs over 3GB. Movies, i dont put them in a phone so at least i dun have a serious issue with space on a smartphone.

11. LumiaLover

Posts: 237; Member since: Sep 27, 2012

We don't all play games on our phone. I think this is where the line between Android and Windows phone can be drawn. Android is more for the younger generation, whereas WP8 is for grown ups. Appreciate there are games on the Windows marketplace but they don't sell the OS / phones on the ability to play games.

5. TROLL

Posts: 4851; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

+1 from TROLL™ ®

6. Omar-BHR95

Posts: 184; Member since: Dec 23, 2012

Don't lie , there is one dislike and i know its from you cause your an anti msft and nokia products

8. TROLL

Posts: 4851; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

I didn't thumb him down ®

3. Nathan_ingx

Posts: 4767; Member since: Mar 07, 2012

I think the phone with 32GB exclusivity is just stupid! There'll be more who wants to buy the phone off contract. And if just the 16GB version is available internationally, it won't do Nokia much good. But i hope this news is true...

4. dexter_jdr

Posts: 1163; Member since: Jun 28, 2012

must be to cut costs. thinner design with aluminum. and 6th lens inside

7. haseebzahid

Posts: 1853; Member since: Feb 22, 2012

my guess is this revision phone is only to keep people intersted till the next genration batch comes out

12. LumiaLover

Posts: 237; Member since: Sep 27, 2012

I'm not personally fussed about having to get the 16GB version but I do agree that these exclusivity deals are pathetic. Why limit your customer base, when you are trying to gain market share? I suppose Nokia fell they have to do this to get major networks to promote their products.

9. aco96

Posts: 244; Member since: Oct 12, 2012

Windows XP? IE 8? Dafuq?!

10. Damo579

Posts: 264; Member since: May 18, 2013

It's a nice phone hopefully it will sell well on T-Mobile here in the USA.

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