Microsoft is planning to release both the Nokia Lumia 930 and Lumia 630 in Brazil later this month, alongside other first-tier launch markets. To celebrate the new Windows Phones entering the local market, Microsoft Brazil will be hosting an event on May 15th in São Paulo. This marks the shift from Nokia to Microsoft with the latter now handling marketing and device launches.
Should you be wishing to learn more about either handset, be sure to check through our previous coverage, including an unboxing of the Lumia 630. The Lumia 930 is the interesting device in question since it's Nokia's (now Microsoft) next flagship device. Featuring a 5" 1080P display, 32 GB of storage, 2 GB of RAM, a 2.2 GHz Quad-core processor and a massive 20 MP camera, the Lumia 930 certainly has the horsepower for Windows Phone 8.1. Throw in Qi wireless charging, and you have it all.
While we don't yet have pricing for the Brazilian market, the Lumia 630 is expect to retail for around US$225, while the Lumia 930 is to be priced in the neighborhood of US$680 (even though it's not expected to be available in the US market).