The Nokia Lumia 625 is the latest affordable handset from the Finnish firm, following on from the legacy set by the original Lumia 620.
Costing just £200 the phone looks to entice people to the Windows Phone ecosystem by offering 4G connectivity and a sizable 4.7in, 480x800 LCD display with In-Plane Switching technology. But aside from these two key changes the phone doesn't feature any other significant upgrades, being powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8930 Snapdragon processor and boasting a slightly disappointing 512MB of RAM.
It also lacks any of the camera innovations seen on Nokia's more expensive Lumia smartphones, boasting a bare-bones 5MP rear-facing camera and a VGA front-facing camera, meaning image quality is at best reasonable, not great.
This, combined with the fact that the device was released within mere months of other affordable Windows Phones, like the ultra-cheap Lumia 520 and slightly more expensive 720 makes the 625's overall appeal questionable.