Still launching under the Nokia brand, the Lumia 930 will go on sale in the UK on 17 July, Microsoft confirmed today. It will be priced from £33 per month on a contract at retailers and networks including EE, Vodafone, O2, Carphone Warehouse, Amazon and Tesco.
The flagshipWindows Phone 8.1 smartphone will come in black, orange and green. Phones 4U has the exclusive on the white Lumia 930 model.
The device comes with a wireless charger as standard, but for the first two weeks on sale, the Lumia 930 will come with a bonus bundle of free kit. Customers will get a portable wireless charger, Bluetooth speaker and a £20 voucher for the Windows Phone app store. Microsoft says the bundle is worth £130 in total.
"The Lumia 930 runs the latest Windows Phone 8.1 software and beautifully integrates the best of Microsoft and Lumia to provide an unrivalled user experience. With a 20 megapixel PureView camera and 5-inch OLED full HD display, the Lumia 930 offers the very best in video and imaging smartphone capability, as well as ensuring photos, videos and other documents stay safe with free access to Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage service." said Microsoft.
We've just picked up our review sample of the Lumia 930 today so look out for a full review on PC Advisor very soon.