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Nokia Introduces three Lumia smartphones for Windows Phone 8.1


Nokia has announced three Lumia smartphones based on Windows Phone 8.1 featuring a series of exclusive Nokia features.

The latest Lumia smartphones from Nokia include Nokia Lumia 930, Nokia Lumia 635 and Nokia Lumia 630 according to the device maker that also confirmed that Windows Phone 8.1 is scheduled to be available across the entire Lumia Windows Phone 8 portfolio as an over-the-air update.

The Nokia Lumia 930 embodies Windows Phone 8.1 and features a 20 megapixel PureView camera with ZEISS optics and advanced rich recording. It comes with a 5-inch ClearBlack screen for unmatched viewing of Vyclone, Netflix and Xbox Video available even in bright daylight. It also features a 2.2GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor delivering more from content like apps, games, the Internet and integrated Microsoft services like OneDrive and Microsoft Office.

The Nokia Lumia 630 and Nokia Lumia 635 provide Windows Phone 8.1 experience at an affordable price, and deliver a Snapdragon quad core processor providing a faster social experience with Word Flow and social apps like WhatsApp and WeChat. It comes with a 4.5″ ClearBlack screen delivering a great entertainment experience with apps and games including Asphalt 8 and Vimeo.

“Today we are introducing people to the best of Lumia and the best of Microsoft through three stunning devices based on Windows Phone 8.1. In addition to the new developments from Microsoft, Nokia is delivering people an uncompromised imaging experience, great design and better business phones,” Stephen Elop, executive vice president of Nokia’s Devices & Services said. “We’re also pleased to bring the great developments in Windows Phone 8.1 to the Lumia devices people love today.”

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