A WP 8.1 flagship? Sure, here's the Nokia Lumia 930
Andrei Calina | On 03, Apr 2014
Microsoft Build 2014 is about smartphones too
One of the most important moments of the Microsoft Build 2014 event was the release of the the mobile operating system Windows Phone 8.1. And what better way to present it than on new Nokia smartphone?
Because Microsoft likes to make things big, they wanted to show WP 8.1 to the public on a totally new phone also. The Lumia 930 is a new flagship from the Finnish company, delivering some impressive specs. Let’s find out more thing about this guy.
It comes with a full HD 5-inch display and under that brightly colored cover it hides a 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU, with four cores, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. And since we’re talking about a Nokia, we definitely need to talk a bit about the camera too…
On the back of the phone we have a PureView camera, with a 20 MP sensor, featuring optical image stabilization and Zeiss optics. The Nokia Camera app has something that really caught our attention – Living Images. Similar to HTC’s Zoe, this feature can ‘turn static pictures into living memories’. Pretty cool. The front-camera it’s also worth mentioning, as it has a HD 1.2 MP wide-angle camera.
Starting from June, the phone will be available in Europe, with a price tag of $599, in colors like orange, green, black and white. Oh yeah, and it’s not totally plastic, as the phone is built on an aluminum frame, while only the back is made from polycarbonate.
Check out this video for more details!