Apart from entry-level Lumia 630 and Lumia 635, Nokia has also introduced a flagship device, Lumia 930 at the Microsoft’s BUILD conference on Wednesday. According to the company, the phone is priced at $599, and will go sale in June in European markets followed by other markets soon after.
Being a flagship device, the new Nokia Lumia 930 packs enticing specifications including 5-inch full HD display, 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and in-built 32GB internal storage which can not be expanded further by means of microSD card.
Running on latest Window Phone 8.1 platform, the Lumia 930 includes 1.2MP front camera and 20 MP PureView camera that was previously seen in Lumia 1520. The 20MP PureView camera model is accompanied with LED flash support, and comes enriched with Optical Image Stabilization technology for better picture quality.
Like Lumia 630 and Lumia 635, the phone also comes preloaded with SensorCore that gathers distance and additional activity related data and tie it into Microsoft’s Bing Health and Fitness apps. The phone also includes four directional speakers and Qi based wireless charging support to power its 2,420 mAh battery.
Like other Lumia range of devices, the Lumia 930 will also be available in a range of colors including orange, green, black and white.