Nokia Unveils Most Innovative Smartphones
The leading mobile phone manufacture, Nokia has unveiled Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 smartphones onto the Ghanaian market. The two smartphones have been widely regarded as the world’s most innovative smartphones ever introduced onto African continent.
Speaking at the launching ceremony in Accra, the Vice President of Nokia West Africa, James Rutherford observed that the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 are business community friendly as the phones are made with the business executives in mind.
He explained that Nokia aims at satisfying the needs of business and the non-business smart phone owners with its current and future range of Lumia devices.
“These are the best devices we have made in the smartphone category and we believe that this is going to be much appreciated by our customers. At Nokia, our focus is to bring the very best of technology to our customers who will aid, excite and benefit their work and social lives,” he added. “With the groundbreaking technology incorporated in these devices, we are giving our consumers every reason to switch to Lumia.”
The Lumia 920 also comes with the latest innovations in PureView imaging technology. This includes advanced floating lens technology that takes in five times more light than other smartphones, enabling users to capture sharp, crisp pictures and videos even indoors and at night, without using flash.
This is complemented by Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), a first of its kind feature which prevents pictures and videos from blurring when users are on the move.
Those who pre-order the Nokia Lumia 920 will enjoy 1GB data, 200 minutes and 400 SMS free each month for 3 months on the widest network in Ghana, MTN.
The new Nokia Lumia comes in a variety of colors are poised to give customers the best smartphone experience ever with its unique features, including an inbuilt wireless charging system, Nokia’s new PureMotion HD Plus display with a 1280 x 768 resolution, Nokia Maps and Nokia City Lens, which is a unique augmented reality app that helps users locate places by just holding up their devices.
Source: The Ghanain Chronicle