Nokia Lumia 620 pre-orders start with price tag of Rs 15,199

Nokia’s Cheapest Windows Phone 8 phone Lumia 620 is now available for pre-orders in India. Online retailers are pre-booking this smartphone for Rs 15,199 and say that it will be available from the second week of March. The device was launched in December 2012 and is the cheapest smartphone to run Microsoft’s mobile operating system.

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Nokia Lumia 510 with price tag of Rs 10,500

If you are searching low cost Windows Phone, so Nokia Lumia 510 is best choice for you Lumia 510 is powerd with WP7.8 .Nokia Lumia 510 replaces the Lumia 610 as the entry level WP handset — with an estimated retail price of 10,499 in Indian market. Nokia Lumia 510 is specially targeted for India and China markets.

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Nokia 808 PureView with 41 megapixel camera and Dolby Digital 5.1

The Nokia 808 PureView is first smartphone to feature Nokia’s award-winning PureView technology with exclusive Carl Zeiss optics and amazing imaging algorithms.
The Nokia 808 PureView is high end mobile with 41 megapixel camera. mobile having support for Full HD video, NFC, Wi-Fi, Dolby Headphone and preloaded Nokia Maps.It comes with microSD supporting up to 32 GB of RAM. Which is very good if you have to recrod the video and sound? It has got internal 16 GB storage,

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Nokia Lumia 800 Now available with price tag of Rs.23,500

After lots of promotions and marketing, Nokia changed their market plan by reducing price of their latest smartphone Lumia 800. Now you can buy the Lumia 800 in just Rs. 23,500 on online stores like Flipkart and you may be able to find it for a lot cheaper, if you dig around a bit. For those who’ve bought it for the old price, what can we say, but tough luck.

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Nokia launches mobile wallet service in India

Nokia Unveil there Mobile wallet service Nokia Money, Now be available across the country. An e-wallet is like a physical wallet that enables users to make electronic transactions without cash. This service would primarily cater to the un-banked and under-banked masses by giving them access to financial services through their mobile phones.

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