Last Monday, NokiaJourneys was fortunate enough to attend the local Oz launch in Sydney of the Nokia Lumia 930 and Nokia Lumia 635. The Lumia 930 is the company’s current flagship device, sporting a 5 inch OLED display with full HD resolution, a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and 20 megapixel PureView camera. It comes in a nice range of pastel colours, with only the black variant sporting a non-silver metallic frame (it comes with black). In our time with the device, we must say that the green colour is the most fetching. Full specifications of the device here: http://www.nokia.com/global/products/phone/lumia930/specifications/
Second in the pot is the Lumia 635, which adds 4G LTE connectivity to the previously released in Australia, Lumia 630. Sporting a myriad of interchangeable shells, this phone is priced competitively with a RRP of $279 outright from Telstra and Optus, and will be available on plans from the two carriers too. Full specifications of the device here: http://www.nokia.com/global/products/phone/lumia635/specifications/
Pricing for the Lumia 930 has also been released, with a RRP of $729, and Allphones already confirmed to offer it outright for $679 from July 14. Optus and Telstra will also be stocking the device on their plans for customers. Vodafone also has it on a $76 a month plan ($70 a month for plan, $6 a month for phone). Both devices offer great value for money, and should be a hit with the Australian public.
A huge thankyou to Nokia Australia for letting us attend the launch and meet other members of our blogging and tech company circles.