Vanguard (Lagos)

Nigeria: Nokia Lumia Series Enter Nigerian Market

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The new Lumia Windows 8 devices on MTN's widest data coverage, according to Larry Annetts, CMO, MTN Nigeria guarantees a truly life enriching experience.

Nokia Nigeria is offering consumers the chance to pre-order the devices in MTN stores and also online on MTN Website and secure their units before they hit the shelves early next year.

As a bonus, all pre-bookers will also get to choose from a set of accessories including the DT-900, the cool new wireless charging plate from Nokia, at discounted prices.

The devices which come in a variety of colors is expected to consumers the best smartphone experience ever with their 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.

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.

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