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Find the Windows Phone that fits you…

11 Dec 13

With so much to choose from, Microsoft New Zealand unveils the full array of Windows Phone - all available to Kiwis this Christmas.

Whether it be apps, ringtones or camera functionality which motivates you - the Windows Phone range has it all.

Check out some of Microsoft's top picks for the holiday season...

Nokia Lumia 920:

The Nokia Lumia 920 has PureView camera technology with Optical Image Stabilisation and a Carl Zeiss lens that captures blur-free pictures and videos – even if your hand is shaky or you're in low-light conditions.

Along with a PureMotion HD+ display and built-in wireless charging, it redefines your smartphone experience.

Nokia Lumia 820

Catch the moment with the Nokia Lumia 820’s 8 MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens and relive it in vivid colour on the 4.3-inch ClearBlack display. And with Smart Shoot, just one click of the camera takes a whole series of photos.

Then merge them into one, so everyone in the group looks their best. Eyes open. Big smiles. Perfect shot. Add a vibrant coloured shell, including one with wireless charging and this phone is a perfect fit for you.

 Nokia Lumia 620

Take photographs in a whole new way. Use Smart Shoot to create perfect portraits and then try Cinemagraph to add motion to still photos.

Choose dual-shot shells and layer them to personalise your phone with your favourite colour combinations. Add a range of exclusive Nokia apps, and you’ll see that the Lumia 620 packs a powerful punch.

Nokia Lumia 520

The Lumia 520 comes with a range of great features only found on a Nokia phone, including built-in digital camera lenses like Cinemagraph, Smart Shoot and Panorama, as well as other great apps like HERE Maps, free voice-guided navigation and free streaming music through Nokia Mix Radio.

With a range of changeable, colourful shells, you can refresh your phone whenever you want. Have more fun with the Lumia 520.

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