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Nokia is planning to launch Nokia Lumia 920, the first Windows Phone 8 smartphone by the company, in to the Indian market by November. According to the Nokia's press release, during November, the Nokia Lumia 920 will reach Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India,Italy, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the UK, the US and Vietnam.
Reports claim that the device will be first launched in markets such as UK and France. After that, a phased roll out will happen in select markets including India where the demand for smartphones and tablets are witnessing a boom. Nokia did not revealed any details regarding the pricing or the exact availability date of the product.
Nokia Lumia 920 became the centre of attraction ever since the device was announced last month, especially because of the 'Optical Image Stabilization" feature. It is also coming with an 8.7 inch rear camera rated by analysts to be the best smartphone camera ever integrated.
The smartphone is also expected to feature a superior high definition display which comes with a higher level of brightness for enhanced legibility under sunlight. For providing users with enhanced movie watching and screen transition experiences, a high refresh rate is supported in this device.
Another notable feature to be included in Nokia Lumia 920 include wireless charging capabilities. The device will also feature a 2,000 mAh powerful battery which will be the largest battery ever used in any of the Nokia phones released so far. Users can engage in video conferencing or video chatting at 720p with the help of 1.2 mega pixels front-facing camera in the device.
High speed response and efficient graphics are ensured using 1.5GHz dual-core processor from Qualcomm. Other key features in the device include 1GB RAM and 7GB of SkyDrive cloud space for accommodating more data. Consumers will have to wait till November for purchasing this powerful smartphone from Nokia Lumia series.
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