Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 are now in stock

Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 are now in stock
Not just one, but two very distinctive Windows Phone 8 running handsets from Nokia are available now in our online store!

Nokia Windows Phone 8

There's plenty to like about the colourful new duo of Windows Phone 8 handsets from Nokia. Available from today in our online store, the Lumia 920 and 820 are bold, powerful and attractive looking phones that deserve attention for their very own reasons.
Nokia Lumia
The Nokia Lumia 920 is company's flagship smartphone, and it shows. With a curved 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ display, and an eye-catching polycarbonate unibody design, the new Lumia 920 stands tall & proud amongst its competition. The flagship comes with a whole bunch of innovative and actually useful features, like the ability to use the capacitive touchscreen with gloves, wireless charging, and Optical Image Stabilisation technology that lets users capture detailed and blur-free photos and videos with the 8.7 Mpix Carl Zeiss camera.
Nokia Lumia 920
With plenty of unique features of its own, the smaller and more affordable sibling of Nokia Lumia 920 is not to be ignored. While its specs sheets might look less impressive in comparison to the flagship, the cheerful Nokia Lumia 820 offers a greater degree of flexibility with a memory card extension slot, user-replaceable battery and interchangeable back covers. The covers not only provide the user with the means to personalise Lumia 820 with a range of colour choices, but these can also add an all-new features, such as wireless charging or more rugged exterior.

Underneath, however, the two new Lumia handsets are remarkably similar. Thanks to the 1.5 Ghz dual-core Krait processor and 1 GB of RAM, there's certainly enough power for both handsets to effortlessly prow through even the most demanding games and apps in Windows Phone 8. With Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, A-GPS and even support for 4G LTE networks, the connectivity side of Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 also leave very little to be desired.
Both Lumia handsets from Nokia sport displays with nicely saturated colours and amazing contrast that really help bring Windows Phone's signature Live Tiles into focus. But there's more to it than just eye-candy - the latest generation mobile OS from Microsoft also feels more fluid, responsive and functional as ever before. Alongside deep integration with social networks, all Windows Phone 8 handsets come with a range of useful Microsoft services such as Office, Skydrive and XBox Live. On top of that, the Lumia 920 and 820 come packing with some exclusive content from Nokia, including Nokia Music, Nokia Drive and Nokia City Lens that employs the built-in camera to provide detailed information about the user’s local surroundings.

With these two handsets, the manufacturer has a very solid shot at getting back into the highly competitive smartphone race. Nokia has smartly concentrated on the key areas it was always renowned for - namely - the design, build quality and camera. Augmented by the fast evolving ecosystem of Windows Phone 8, the Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 come out as competent and modern smartphones that are nigh impossible to overlook. Not only that, but Nokia also managed to throw in a couple of innovative features into the mix that help its products face competition outside the Windows Phone camp.

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