Last night we reported that the Nokia Lumia 930 preorders were being shipped early for those in Norway. Today, it is the Netherlands turn, as Belsimpel.nl starts taking orders and billboards go up in the streets.
Available in four colors, including black, white and the new green or orange, the Lumia 930 is one of the best all-around Windows Phone 8 devices that you can pick up today. Featuring a 2.2 GHz CPU, 20 MP camera, Qi wireless charging and a gorgeous 5-inch AMOLED 1080P display, the Lumia 930 finally brings a worthy replacement for the venerable Lumia 920.
Retailer Belsimpel.nl is selling all four versions of the Lumia 920 for €495 ($675 USD) along with your choice of carrier plans and a free wireless charger. Likewise, reader of the site Akwasi F. sent in the above photo of a Lumia 930 billboard with Bellsimpel.nl branding visible in Amsterdam. It is unclear how aggressive the marketing is be behind the Lumia 930, which so far has had a late and slow start worldwide.
The Lumia 930 joins the earlier released Lumia 630/635 as being the first devices selling with Microsoft's new Windows Phone 8.1 operating system.
Thanks, Akwasi, for the tip!
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