It seems like Nokia is really serious into getting back the glory they once had a couple of years back, before the whole iPhone–and Android era. With Microsoft’s acquisition of the Finnish company, we’ve seen a whole range of Nokia Lumia devices, from an entry level phone to high end ones, powered by non other than the Windows Phone OS. No more than 12 hours ago, Nokia released their latest flagship phone, the Nokia Lumia 930, together with 2 other devices–the Nokia Lumia 630 and 635 which you can read about here.
Taking the flagship status from last year’s Lumia 1020, the Lumia 930 may not come with a camera shooter as big as the former, but it does come with a whole bunch of other spec bumps that will surely make Nokia and Windows Phone fans very thrilled about the phone. And just a heads up, the Lumia 930 is pretty much the international GSM version with LTE capabilities of the Nokia Lumia Icon, an exclusive device for Verizon subscribers in the US.
A self confessed gadget enthusiast, Phillip Joanino is a Registered Nurse by profession. He graduated with BS in Nursing from Centro Escolar University in Manila, circa April 2013. He’s a certified Apple fanboy, the go-to person when it comes to the latest tech updates and knows the hippest and trendiest places and events around the Metro.
What makes Phillip an Apple fan boy? Currently, he’s got a Black iPod Nano 3rd Gen, a White iPad with Retina display, a White iPhone 4S, a Gold iPhone 5S and a 13-inch Mid 2013 MacBook Air. He’s also got a BlackBerry 9700 on the side, as well as a Intel Core i5 Samsung QX-410 notebook.