Nokia Lumia charges ahead
Nokia has launched in the Indian market its full range of Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices – the much acclaimed Nokia Lumia 920, the Nokia Lumia 820 and the Nokia Lumia 620- bolstering its smart devices portfolio in the country. With the latest range of Lumia WP8 devices, Nokia is all set to lead the change for the Windows Phone ecosystem with its Lumia differentiators.
The Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 will be available in select retail stores across key cities starting Jan 11, 2013, while the Nokia Lumia 620 will start retailing in early February, 2013. The stunning Nokia Lumia 920 is the flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, including the latest advances in Nokia PureView imaging innovation while the Nokia Lumia 820 is a stylish, mid-range smartphone that delivers high-end performance in a compact package.
The Nokia Lumia 620 completes the range of latest Lumia WP8 devices with a more fun and youthful appeal. Speaking at the launch, P Balaji, Managing Director and Vice President, Nokia India said, "We are focused on redefining the future of smart devices and continue to invest towards delivering truly compelling experiences to consumers across price points. The launch of Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 on WP8 has instantly catapulted Windows Phone into the high-end smartphone shoot-out with their unique innovations. The announcement today is yet another giant leap in the remarkable progress we have made against our strategy announced in February 2011.”
Nokia Lumia 920
The Nokia Lumia 920 includes the latest advances in Nokia PureView imaging innovation. Using advanced floating lens technology, its camera takes in five times more light than competing smartphones without using flash, making it possible to capture clear, bright pictures and video indoors and at night.
It also introduces optical image stabilization for the clearest, brightest pictures and video even when shooting indoors or at night. Additionally, The Nokia Lumia 920 is the first integrated wireless charging smartphone, with the technology built right into the handset.
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