KARACHI: Nokia Pakistan has introduced its highly anticipated flagship Lumia devices, the Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 820 and Nokia Lumia 620 in the country, in partnership with Moblink. These devices, powered by Microsoft’s latest Windows Phone 8 OS are both gorgeous and supremely engineered.
With a range of accessories and partnerships to bring wireless charging outside the home, Nokia claims to be advancing wireless charging into mainstream.
These vibrant phones, designed for everyone are said to be “bringing the latest in cellular technology.”
“We are focused on redefining the future of smart devices and continue to invest towards delivering truly compelling experiences to consumers across price points”, said Allesandro Lamanna, vice-president of marketing in India, Middle East and Africa at the launch.
He further added, “We are working with partners across the board to take the Lumia experience to more and more consumers faster. The roll out of not two, but three devices marks not just our intent and agility, but also reflect our commitment to our consumers in Pakistan.”
Commenting on the occasion, Salman Siddiqui, country lead, Microsoft Pakistan said, “With Window Phone 8 we created a new way to think about smartphones, one that puts people at the center.”
“With the same look and feel, the same technology core and cloud service, Window Phone is built to work seamlessly with Windows 8. You can learn it once you use it everywhere; from Tablet to PC, to phone, it is all there for you whenever and however you want it.”
“Mobilink continues to remain at the forefront of bringing the latest in cellular technology to our coustomers” added Arsalan Quraishy, head of corporate sales, Mobilink (South).
The launch of the Lumia series together with Mobilink, enlarges the range of Nokia handsets that have been able to reliably purchase from Mobilink’s selective business centre’s.
“All this innovation adds up to one thing- It’s time to Switch to Lumai,” proposed Lamanna.