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The Lumia 920 is Nokia’s flagship smartphone running on Microsoft’s latest mobile OS, Windows Phone 8.
When the Lumia 920 was unveiled last week it was shown off without two key pieces of information – price and release date.
The India launch date and price is still a mystery, but the device is expected to launch SIM-free in Germany for Euro 600 (Rs. 42,000 approx.). The Lumia 820, which is Nokia’s mid range Windows Phone 8 device, will be priced at Euro 450 (Rs. 32,000 approx.) for the SIM-free version. The smartphones are expected to hit store shelves in November.
Nokia announced the Lumia 920 and the Lumia 820 at an event that Nokia held jointly with Microsoft last week. You can catch the specifications of both the smartphones and details of the launch event here.
If you are one who is interesting in spending roughly Rs. 40,000 on a smartphone, we compared some of the flagship devices available from smartphone manufacturers. The comparison included the Lumia 920 against the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X and the LG Optimus 4X HD. You can take a look at our comparison here.
Nokia is reportedly working on some mid-range and budget Windows Phone 8 devices as well called the Nokia Flame and Nokia Zeal. Just like the Lumia 710 and the Lumia 610, these devices will be aimed at the entry level and mid-range smartphone markets. No official details on the price or availability of these devices is known. You can catch the details about the Flame and the Zeal here.