Looking for a case for the Lumia 930 is challenging because none of the gadgets/electronics store carries it. You can only get it from Nokia stores themselves or from their solutions partners’ stores like (GadgetWorld, 3Mobile or Handphoneshop).
Bought my orange Nokia Lumia 930 from MobyShop on the same date as the official launch (Saturday, 12th July 2014) for S$699 (RRP is S$789). I traded in my old HTC One (32GB) for S$250, so I ended up paying S$449 for the Lumia 930.
Nokia Lumia 930 will be available in Singapore starting tomorrow, 12th July 2014 for S$789 at Nokia Stores, Nokia Solution Partners and at all 3 local operators (SingTel, M1, StarHub). All four colors: bright orange, bright green, black and white will be available at launch.
I will be getting my Nokia Lumia 930 in orange without contact from MobyShop because they are selling it for S$699 only and the stocks will arrive later today. While I am there, I will be trading in my HTC One (32GB) for S$250 since I have no use for another Android phone after owning a Nexus 5.
The Nokia Lumia 820 and the Nokia Lumia 920 will be available in Singapore from next Saturday, 8th December 2012 at Nokia retail stores as well as telco shops. It was first announced on the 6th September 2012.
The official price of the Nokia Lumia 820 will be S$699 (without contract) and in terms of colors, the Nokia Lumia 820 will be available in Black or White and the wireless charging shell covers are available in white, black, cyan, red or yellow.
Nokia is looking for Nokia Lumia and Nokia smartphone owners to take part in the shoot for a Nokia TV commercial and they will be asked to talk on camera about why they love their Lumia or smartphone devices.
They are looking for people of all nationality’s but they MUST be living in Singapore.
Got an interesting package all the way from UK by Nokia. At first glance, you will think that it is a limited edition Nokia Lumia 920, but I knew it wasn’t as the phone is not in the market yet.
Inside the box are the 4 main components that are used to make the Nokia Lumia 920.
The Lumia 920 will come with a 8.7MP camera with Nokia PureView technology, the screen is a 4.5″ (1280 x 768) with PureMotion HD+ technology and it comes with Wireless Charging using Qi. Check out the PureView technology and PureMotion HD+ display on the Nokia Lumia 920 page for more information.
Let me start off this review by saying that the Nokia Lumia 900 is what the Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone 7.5 should have been. The Nokia Lumia 800 felt like a rush job and Nokia Lumia 900 felt just right. Unfortunately, Microsoft just killed all the current Windows Phones out in the market with the announcement of Windows Phone 8 by saying that all current Windows Phone will not be upgradable to Windows Phone 8 and that includes the Nokia Lumia series.
If you are still interested in getting a Nokia Lumia 900, it is currently retailing for S$849 (including taxes & without contract) at all 3 operators (SingTel, M1, StarHub) in Singapore. I do hope that Nokia have some sort of attractive trade-in offers for current Lumia owners to upgrade to a new Lumia with Windows Phone 8 that will be announced at Nokia World 2012 (wild guess).
Nokia Lumia 900 will be available in Singapore from Saturday, 26th May 2012. It will be retailing for S$849 (including taxes & without contract) at all 3 operators (SingTel, M1, StarHub) in Singapore.
The unit available in Singapore will be the non-LTE version and instead it will be running on HSDPA+ which gives you up to 42Mbps download speed. I will not put high hopes on that in Singapore *.
Nokia Lumia 610 will be available in Singapore from Saturday, 5th May 2012. It will be retailing for S$379 (including taxes & without contract) at all 3 operators (SingTel, M1, StarHub) in Singapore.
3 colors will be available on launch date, white, black and magenta. For the cyan, it will be available from Saturday, 12th May 2012 onwards.