Should You Order Nokia Lumia 1520 From Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)?

Posted by Michael Korte November 8, 2013 0 Comment 2255 views

Global tech giant, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) announced availability of Nokia Lumia 1520 for pre-orders from its retails store locations as well as through its website. Though the Lumia 1520 will hit the online store and store shelves by November 22, 2013, it is immediately made available for preorder. Moreover the customers booking their Lumia 1520 via preorder before Nov. 22 will get a $50 Microsoft Store app card, $39.99 worth flip cover and a free download of ‘Halo: Spartan Assault’ for Windows Phone in addition to the $20 app card provided by Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK). However, subject to certain conditions, customers who purchase the Lumia 1520 on or after its official launch will also get aforementioned benefits, except for free flip cover worth $39.99.

Nokia Lumia 1520 was launched this October at the Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi. The Lumia 1520 is a six inch, full HD smart phone with 20 megapixel ‘PureView’ camera sensor and a quad core processor, powered by the latest Windows Phone 8. The Lumia 1520 is packed with Live Tiles that allow users to pin their favorite people, apps and more at the start screen. Windows Phone 8 offers over 175,000 apps and games with the new titles like Vine and Mint launching soon.  Initially the smart phone will be available in white, black and red, with yellow shade to be available later this year.

Moreover the customers can also customize their Nokia Lumia 1520 at Microsoft retail store, over a personalized, complimentary session with a Microsoft retail store associate. The Senior Director of Marketing and Experiences, Kelly Soligon said, “Our stores celebrate personal choice, so we’re happy to offer our customers the ability to purchase the exciting new Nokia Lumia 1520 device through Microsoft retail stores.”

Microsoft retail stores also offer Windows 8.1 PCs, Microsoft Office 365, Kinect for Xbox 360 among other selected products.

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