Finnish handset maker Nokia has slashed the price of its flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone - Lumia 920 - presumably to maintain the sales of Windows-based smartphones after the launch of Lumia 925.
Online retailer Flipkart is offering the smartphone with a price tag of ₹ 31,999. The handset comes bundled with Wireless Charging Plate and with Zero Processing Fee on EMIs. However, the e-retailer's website maintains that the Zero Processing Fee offer is valid only till 31 May 2013.
Nokia had priced its Lumia 920 at ₹36, 000, when it was launched but it has been slashed to ₹32639 now. The rising competition in the smartphone market seemed to have pushed the Lumia maker to initiate a price cut to persuade the customers.
The Nokia Lumia 920, which made its debut earlier in September 2012, sports a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ display and comes with Windows Phone 8 operating system. The smartphone is powered by 1.5GHz Qualcomm SoC (MSM8960) processor and packs 8.7-megapixel Carl-Zeiss optics-enabled camera with Nokia's exclusive PureView technology, geo-tagging and touch focus.
The handset supports connectivity features like Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi and packs 1.3 MegaPixel front-facing camera. In terms of the memory, the Lumia 920 packs 1GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. The Smartphone is sold in the US and Europe with 4G/LTE connectivity. However, this feature is not available in India as 4G network is still not popular in the country.