Nokia Lumia 930 and 830 get gold refresh from Microsoft

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Lumia lovers will now make a big, bold statement with their devices in a new gadget refresh with an anodized gold colour henceforth following a reloaded look of the flagship Lumia devices – Nokia Lumia 930 and Nokia Lumia 830.

The devices will be available either in black and white with a premium gold finish at a recommended retail price of Ksh 57,999 for the Lumia 930 and Kshs 42,999 for the Lumia 830. The Gold edition will offer a superior camera with Zeiss optics, optical image stabilization, unparalleled HD video and Windows Phone 8.1 experience supporting a wide range of local and international third party apps for free and to purchase using Safaricom airtime.

Also, the devices come with the strong suite of fully intergrated Microsoft services. These include full mobile version of Office, with favourites like Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and OneDrive – which now offers 30GB of cloud storage completely free.

The devices are 4G /LTE enabled and with the powerful battery on the smartphones (2200 mAh on the Lumia 830 and 2420 mAh on the Lumia 930), the Lumia 830 and Lumia 930 will efficiently keep going all day while built-in wireless charging adds to the convenience.

The 5-inch high-definition screen on the Lumia 830 and Lumia 930 offers great outdoor readability, making e-book reading or attending your work e-mails a pleasure. The combination of a 10 megapixel and 20-megapixel PureView camera respectively, four microphones with Dolby Surround enhance the clarity of your subjects and block out unwanted noise.

Users will therefore enjoy great sound thanks to the Integrated Dolby Surround Sound which makes for a similarly rich audio experience when watching movies or listening to music, the five-inch, 1080p Full HD, ClearBlack screen display on both devices provides a deeply detailed viewing experience and Microsoft Rich Recording delivers a flawless video experience.

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