The Lumia 630 and the flagship Lumia 930 have been unveiled at a glittering ceremony in
The first Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone to hit the market is the Lumia 630, the successor to the successful Lumia 520.
"We hit a sweet spot with the Lumia 520, and together with our partners ended up with a real hit. With the Lumia 630, we set a new standard for affordable smartphones. The device combines Windows Phone 8.1 with quad core processing and uncompromised cloud-connected experiences from
With a vibrant design with changeable covers, the Lumia 630's quad-core Snapdragon processor provides a faster social experience on leading social apps like WhatsApp and WeChat.
Benefiting from high-end Lumia apps such as
The Lumia 630 also boasts a 4.5-inch ClearBlack screen, which makes games, apps and entertainment look fantastic.
At the high-end, the Lumia 930 brings South African consumers a device that maintains a language of innovation while combining the very best of
It boast a powerful 2.2GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM.
With a 20MP PureView camera, ZEISS optics and optical image stabilization, the Lumia 930 also comes with HD video and four high-performance microphones that enhance the clarity of subjects and block out unwanted noise. Integrated Dolby Surround Sound also makes for a similarly rich audio experience when watching movies or listening to music. The five-inch, 1080p Full HD, ClearBlack screen display provides a deeply detailed viewing experience and Nokia Rich Recording delivers a flawless video experience.
The LTE-ready gadget has a 2420 mAh battery.
All new Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones come with the strong suite of fully integrated
Pricing of the Lumia 930 will be announced when the device becomes available during the third quarter of this year.
Windows Phone 8.1 will also be available to download to all existing Windows Phone 8 customers in the coming months.
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