Nokia Lumia 930, Lumia 630 get priced for consumers Down Under
Both the Nokia Lumia 930 and Lumia 630 have been priced for the Australian market and will be available sometime this month. Pricing for the Lumia 930 will set consumers back by AU$729 as an outright purchase, but can be picked up on all major carriers in the region. The more affordable Lumia 635 will be priced at AU$279 and will be stocked by Telstra and Optus.
Not only will these handsets have Windows Phone 8.1 installed and ready to go, but they will also take advantage of SensorCore by Nokia, which allows apps and services to use the device's motion sensors for fitness tracking. Bing Health & Fitness is preloaded, but integration with third-party services (like Fitbit) is expected in the future with available SDKs.
Source: CNET; cheers for the tips everyone!
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Like the curves on my 920, but change is inevitable.
Hope Microsoft make our 1030 spectacular and indestructible.
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