Nokia added three more Lumias based on Windows Phone 8.1
One of the big announcement at Microsoft's Build 201 4 conference in April was Nokia's confirmation of three new Lumia phones based on Windows 8.1. That Windows update should be due out for all of Nokia's Lumia phones by this summer and these new phones will act as new flagships for the line. In particular, the Lumia 930 promises big things with its headline features including a 20MP Pure view camera, 5" Full HD display, 'surround sound recording and built-in wireless charging, Powered by a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, this is looking to compete with the-likes of the Galaxy 55 from Samsung and, of course, the iPhone.

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As for the 4.5", quad-core Lumia 630, this will come in two variants and will be the first in the range' to offer dual- SIM. Making up the numbers is the Lumia 635 and Stephen Elop who was in attendance, certainly sounded rather pleased with the additions. We'll see how the Lumia range will fare in time.