Rumor: Nokia planning to launch Lumia 625 with 4.7 inch WVGA display?


This may be a false rumor and we don’t have any such info from our sources, so take it with loads of salt. From land of Dragon, the latest rumors indicate that Nokia may be planning to launch largest display of 4.7 inch on a Lumia. But, surprisingly rumor says that it will not be some high-end device, but a Lumia 620 successor called Lumia 625. That’s what makes this report doubtful. As per Nokia’s strategy, if 4.7 inch screen will arrive, it has to be a high-end Lumia first and Nokia has not even introduced a mid-range of low-end phone with even 4.5 inch screen,

The rumor further puts the announcement date of this device on 14th May or later. Also, it is supposed to run on 1.2 GHz Qualcomm S4 MSM8960 dual-core processor with a 800×480 resolution display and will have WP8 GDR2 firmware.


Thanks Stefan for the tip. Cheers!!


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  1. Diazene

    not really good with that resolution and the expected 512 MB of RAM

    at least it should have nHD (WP8 is getting updated isn’t it?) and the same chipset and RAM as in the 920

  2. troll

    I’ve heard this too, to fight the Grand. For high end, look for the 6″ phablet.

  3. I think this is practical. Bigger screen is the trend these days and most of the crowd seems to be happy with a bigger screen even if the specs are low.
    That’s why all the Chinese crap and the Galaxy Grand sells. I’d welcome such a device if it comes.

    Nokia’s strength is the mid-range market and it will be so great that the market has enough of Nokia to offer. Suiting everyone’s needs.

    • Point I was trying to make, is that before bringing 4.7 inch size to a high-end Nokia is least expected to bring that size to low-end Lumia 625.

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