Nokia's Lumia 925, which was introduced on May 14, is set to make its way to consumers in China - the word's out that the Lumia 925 'Superman edition' will hit Chinese shelves on June 15.
Consumers in China will reportedly get the limited edition Lumia 925, which comes with a Superman logo on the back. This edition is likely a marketing strategy as the latest Superman: Man of Steel film is set to hit Chinese theaters a day before the Lumia 925 releases, June 14. Consumers will also be able to purchase a back for wireless charging that too has the Superman logo.
Previously, Nokia had offered a similar limited edition with a Batman logo for its Lumia 900.
The Lumia 925, per a WPDang report, is expected to be priced at 3,999 yuan (approximately $653), which is lower than the 4,599 yuan ($750) price tag that was sported by the Lumia 920 at launch.
According to WPDang's anonymous tipster "Nokia will together with Jingdong Mall, starting on June 15 Lumia 925, the starting price will be 3,999 yuan. Meanwhile, the revelations also revealed, starting Lumia 925 for the limited edition, in line with "Superman: Iron Body" exhibition activities in the country, the National Limited 925 units, according to the news agency Nokia upstream, first addition to the launch of this limited edition Superman version of the Lumia 925, but also will launch Lumia 925 supporting the use of Superman wireless charging backshell (translated)."
Nokia is reportedly planning to ship an initial batch of 925 units that sport the Superman logo.
The Lumia 925 sports a 4.5-inch HD AMOLED display with 1280 x 768 pixels resolution and 334 pixels per inch (ppi). The polycarbonate-made smartphone also has an aluminum side frame which doubles up as the antenna.
The device also features an 8.7-megapixel front-facing camera with Carl Zeiss lens, dual LED flash and Optical Image Stabilization. The Windows Phone 8-powered smartphone has a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor and a 2000mAh battery.
Nokia is yet to officially announce the release of Lumia 925 Superman edition.