Low light, thanks to the presence of optical image stabilisation, superior optics, and advanced processing algorithms, is probably the area where the Nokia Lumia 925 is furthest ahead of its rival smartphone manufacturers. In other areas imaging performance will be much closer, but the Lumia 925 is likely to win shoot out comparisons because it has the ability to capture "good" photos in a wider range of conditions, and is more forgiving of camera shake and other user errors.
What's perhaps most notable about the sample scenes is the extra level of detail and colour accuracy than can be observed in the Nokia Lumia 925 portions of the sample images. Nokia's "better than you can see" technique will not be everyone's preference, but it is worth remembering that while you can make a photo "darker" in post-processing, it is not going to be possible to add in detail that's not already there.
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Nokia has also placed another set of comparison images on Flickr, but the second batch of photos are arguably a less fair comparison, as there are variations in lighting from one side of the image to the other, which may give the Nokia device an advantage.