The new Nokia Lumia 930 just debuted at Microsoft Build. Watch the video above and learn everything you need to know about this new Windows Phone.
TechCrunch was on hand to cover the Microsoft Build conference. TechCrunch notes that Nokia debuted three new Lumia models:
“With these new phones — the Lumia 630, 635, and 930 — Microsoft is trying to cover their bases at both ends of the market.
On the lower end of things, they’ve got the Lumia 630 and 635.
The two handsets are remarkably similar, with just a few subtle differences between the pair. Both have a 4.5″ screen, a 5MP rear camera (though, oddly, there doesn’t seem to be a front camera or a flash), and an acceptably snappy 1.2 Ghz CPU…
On the (markedly) higher end, they’ve got the Nokia Lumia 930. As Nokia’s new flagship Windows Phone handset, they’ve cranked the specs up about as high as they go — but don’t expect it to come cheap. At $599, it’s over 3x as expensive as their just-announced lower-end wares.”
For now, Ars Technica notes, the Lumia 930 and 630 won’t be available in the US.
However, the Lumia 635 will be available in the US starting this July. It will be priced at $189, but taxes might bump up that price slightly.
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