If you were thinking about getting your hands on a brand new Windows Phone handset, perhaps the recently announced Nokia Lumia 930 might be of interest to you. Given that the handset is essentially the international variant of the Nokia Lumia Icon, which is a smaller version of the Lumia 1520, safe to say that the Lumia 930 will be a pretty good buy.
Perhaps to tempt you even further, Nokia has revealed that the Lumia 930 will be bundled with a free wireless charging accessory. Previously, the wireless charging accessory was sold separately which meant that customers who weren’t particular taken by the feature could opt not to buy it.
However Nokia plans on helping push the use of wireless charging which is why they have decided to bundle the accessory together with the sale of the handset. The good news is that the Lumia 930 will have wireless charging built into the phone itself, meaning that you won’t have to purchase an additional charging plate and will just require a charging base.
The Nokia Lumia 930 is expected to go on sale later this June where it will be released in regions like Europe, Asia, and the Middle East where it is expected to retail for around $599 off-contract. So if you had your eye on a new phone, perhaps the Lumia 930 with its free wireless charger might be of interest to you.
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