Nokia Lumia 920, 820 online deals at Rs. 36,499 & Rs. 26,499

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BANGALORE, INDIA: On the day of their official launch at Indian stores, Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 made an early appearance online, and for the better.


The Finnish handset-maker's flagship smartphone, Lumia 920, which runs on Microsoft Windows 8 OS, was put up on for Rs. 36,499, with a purported discount of 9 per cent from the market rate. And, Lumia 820 was priced at Rs. 26,499.

Going by some reports that specified the Lumia 920 market rate at Rs. 38,199, the difference of Rs. 1,700 makes it an attractive deal, if one opts to purchase it online. The e-commerce portal that sells electronic gadgets said that the actual price was Rs. 40,000, and hence, their price was at a 9 per cent discounted value. It also promised a 12-month manufacturer's warranty with proper bill and free delivery in five business days.

The Lumia 920 is equipped with PureView camera technology, has a 4.5-inch display, 1 GB RAM, and 32 GB mass memory. It is also pitched as the first-ever dual core Windows phone, powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.


"Using advanced floating lens technology, the PureView camera in the Nokia Lumia 920 takes in five times more light than competing smartphones without using flash, making it possible to capture the best pictures and videos even at night," states the Nokia website.

It boasts of an 8MP PureView camera on the back and a 1.3MP front camera, with the primary camera being illuminated by a dual LED flash. Other major features of the phone include A-GPS, Nokia Maps, social networking app, IM, and support for Outlook tasks.

It's more affordable cousin, the Lumia 820, has a 4.3-inch OLED display, 1 GB RAM, and 8 GB mass memory, which is expandable up to 32GB, but has no special camera lenses. One, however, can change the back covers in vibrant colours.


Saholic is selling it for Rs. 26,499 and promises delivery in three business days, when we checked.

Tell us whether you are going to purchase it online or pick it up off Nokia store shelves.

©CIOL Bureau