On their April 2, 2014 press release, Nokia Company reported the unveiling of three new products under the much-coveted Lumia category. The good news to Nokia phone lovers also brings with it the benefits of using Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1, a feature that will be further installed in all Lumia smartphones that run the eighth version of Windows Phone.
As Nokia’s Devices and Services executive vice president Stephen Elop put it during the announcement, the best of world class combination between Lumia and Microsoft will soon be felt by lovers of the Lumia Windows Phone.
With sleek and state-of-the-art features, the three unleashed Lumia smartphones by Nokia include the following:
The smartphone is the Nokia’s Lumia smartphone Windows Phone 8.1 flagship. Has a PureView camera with 20 megapixels, ZEISS optics, Living Images innovation and a modern Rich Recoding concept.
Going at $599 before subsidies and taxes and available from June in Europe, India, Asia and Middle East, the design has a 2.2GHz quad core Snapdragon processor, 5-inch screen by ClearBlack for Vyclone, Xbox Video & Netflix viewing, metal and polycarbonate materials.
Exposes 4.5” screen by ClearBlack, a quad core processor by Snapdragon and sleek yet colorful changeable shells. 4G/LTE single SIM, numerous apps such as SensorCore, Microsoft Office Bing Health & Fitness, etc. are some of its highs. It also arrives with more features related to the Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones.
The model will be rolled out this summer at only $189 in the US and other broad markets.
Having a Snapdragon quad-core processor, social apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat, etc., it’s marked as the 1st dual-SIM Lumia smartphone which will sell at $169.The single-SIM will go at $159. It shares more features of the Lumia 635 above and will roll out from May this year.