SAN FRANCISCO — Nokia has just announced its latest phones, the Lumia 930, 630, and 635.
The 930 is designed to take advantage of all of the new aspects of the new Windows Phone 8.1 operating system, Nokia executive vice president Stephen Elop said at Microsoft’s Build conference here today.
The 930 ships in numerous vibrant colors, including bright green, orange, black, and white. It features a 20-megapixel camera and image stabilization, among other features, Elop said. It’s basically the same phone as the Verizon-exclusive Lumia Icon, which was released months ago.
The phone’s 5-inch high-definition screen “offers amazing readability in all conditions,” Elop said. “It’s just great outdoors.” Users of the phone will be able to charge it wirelessly, too.
The 930 will be available for around $600 off-contract starting in June, and the 630 and 635 will hit in May, Elop said.
The 630 with a single SIM will cost $160, and a dual-SIM 630 will run at $170 The 635 will be available at $190.
For more details on Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 OS, including the new Cortana personal assistant, head here.
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