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Microsoft seems to be gearing up to get in the celebration mood. The company has launched three new Lumia phones – the 730, 830 and 930, in India. The double-SIM Lumia 730 has been priced at Rs. 15,299, while the Lumia 830 and 930 are estimated to have a tag of Rs. 28,799 and Rs. 38,649, respectively.

The Nokia Lumia 730, also being called the company’s first selfie smartphone, features a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 pixel Super Sensitive Touch HD OLED display. Microsoft says the 5 megapixel wide-edge front camera on the Lumia 730 double SIM will help buyers click and share better quality selfies. This phone has been updated remembering the Skype application as they let users switch from voice to Skype feature calls with one single tap. It comes powered by a 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon quad-center processor. The Lumia 730 has a 6.7 megapixel back camera, 2220mAh battery, 8GB of interior stockpiling and 15 GB of free OneDrive stockpiling. It can back a microSD card of up to 128GB.

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The Lumia 830 is the most slender and lightest Lumia yet. Microsoft calls the metal-encircled Nokia Lumia 830 “the reasonable lead” of the Nokia Lumia range. It has a 10 megapixel back camera alongside a 1 megapixel front camera and is fuelled by a 1.2GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor. The affordable smartphone has a 5-inch screen with 1280×720 pixels resolution protected with Corning Gorilla 3.0 glass.

The battery in the Lumia 830 is 2200 mAh and storage option includes 16GB of internal memory and an extra 15GB space accessible on Microsoft’s OneDrive. It can also back microSD cards of up to 128gb. The Lumia 830 will accompany the Lumia Denim update that presents gimmicks, for example, Live Folders, Apps Corner and an refurbished Glance screen.

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The Lumia 930 has a 5-inch 1920 x 1080 pixel display. Powered by a 2.2 Ghz quad-center Snapdragon chipset with 2GB of RAM and 32GB inside capacity, the phone is extremely stylish and stands out from the other phones in the entire range. The Lumia 930 smartphone also offers a 20MP primary camera with Pureview tech and a 1.2MP secondary camera with ZEISS optics and updated Rich Recording. The Nokia Lumia 930 is stimulated with a Li-Ion 2420mAh battery.

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Parul Ritvik Sood
Parul Ritvik Sood
iGyaan Network's newbie, Parul is a Writer, Poet, Reader and Mass Communication Graduate with great interest in startups and entrepreneurship.
8 comments
Dionysius Almeida
Dionysius Almeida

Mr. Parul, where did you copy, paste the article from ? The least you could have done is proof-read before posting. "powered by a 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon quad-center processor" quad-center processor must be the newest technology only you are aware of :D "The Nokia Lumia 930 is stimulated with a Li-Ion 2420mAh battery." really ? Didn't know that microsoft likes to stimulate it's phones :D

Guest
Guest

Mr. Parul, where did you copy, paste the article from ? The least you could have done proof read before posting. "powered by a 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon quad-center processor" quad-center processor must be the newest technology only you are aware of :D "The Nokia Lumia 930 is stimulated with a Li-Ion 2420mAh battery." really ? Didn't know that microsoft likes to stimulate it's phones :D

VimalJ
VimalJ

i like that lumia 830

Shovon Mukherjee
Shovon Mukherjee

They should've priced them at 6k, 10k and 15k respectively. Only then people would got attracted.. LOL.. Huge stocks of Xiaomi brigade is headed to India.. Beware losers..!!

jay
jay

will Xiaomi provide aftersales support like nokia/Microsoft do? Or will they dump all their woefully built phones which have attractive features for people who change their mobiles every year. Secondly, do you think, if a company is selling a product of Redmi 1s specs for 6k, it really cares about the after sale services for its product? Chinese companies are just creating a bubble by dumping mobiles in quantities with a little quality. But if your phone heats up, screen breaks etc, u will have to run from pillar to post to get it fixed, that too at a price. I will better invest in a Lumia or Samsung which have proven after sales service or Micromax which is increasing its quality day by day in both products and after sales services.

Jitesh Kumar
Jitesh Kumar

Why will one buy Lumia for Rs. 38,649 instead of LG G3 ( 39K ) which has a QHD screen, a much better processor , android platform ? Lumia 930 should be around 20K to give a better competition.

Gourav Mopidevi
Gourav Mopidevi

20k best which increase users for wp which is important for MS...i think 30k to 32k will be reasonable.

Bhargav
Bhargav

my friend has a G3 and it sucks balls. its battery is the most horrible thing i have seen on any device. and by the way do you know that FHD display already renders pixels invisible to naked eye? why the hell would you need a QHD? it is the main reason for the bad batter life . QHD is overkill for any smartphone and its just a sad gimmick. and trust me all android phones lag after some time unless they are on pure stock android. i have seen this on the G3 i was talking about. launching into the app tray from the home screen has lag on it. no matter what high end processor you put...try snapdragon 8xx or any other....another example is my friend's xiaomi mi3 it consumes RAM like hell.we are talking like about 500MB avg RAM free out of 2GB RAM at any point of time no matter how many background tasks you kill, and this is why any high end game even if its capable of running on it crashes due to lack of RAM. my lumia 525 runs like a charm at least it doesnt lag like most lagdroids....i agree its battery is not boast able but at least it gives me a day's charge on mid use.....that is why windows phones are best because they dont require much RAM and battery resources to run smooth....and this site doesnt even cover them properly like android....i saw the editor of this site on a tech debate in NDTV gadgets show...he put up some android phone to nomination...and guess what the LUMIA 720 won the show. this is why i dont visit this site often and they dont cover tech...they cover android....that is why i have stopped visiting this site and now i've come after a long time to see this article buried deep in android shit...never coming back here again...