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Nokia unveils 6 inch smartphones in Ghana



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Nokia has unveiled its first 6-inch Lumia smartphones unto the Ghanaian market. The Lumia 1520 is the Nokia’s top of the range windows phone and the affordable Lumia 1320.
With a 6 inch 1080p full HD screen, the Lumia 1520 has an enhanced start screen featuring an additional 3rd column of live tiles, allowing people to get to their favourite apps faster with less scrolling.
It also features a 20MP pure view camera with optical image stabilization, oversampling technology and zooming capabilities which can easily capture and edit high quality pictures and tell better stories.
Speaking on both devices, Mr. Olumide Balogun, Senior Manager, Product Marketing for Nokia West and Central Africa said that the introduction of the Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320 will revolutionize the smart phone market and boost Nokia’s competitive in Ghana.
He said both devices are designed with the latest “Lumia black” software which is an update of the windows 8 operating system.
“Both devices come pre-installed with business and productivity applications and a unique new photography application called the storyteller app, which allows people tell stories of places they’ve visited using pictures. The storyteller app seamlessly merges two Lumia signature experiences, pure view imaging and HERE maps, to allow users relive their photos in a new, dynamic and interactive way,” he added.
The Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320 were launched on 29th March, 2014. Mr..Kolawole Osinowo, Customer Care and logistics Manager for Nokia West and Central Africa emphasised that the new devises will enrich consumers’ communications experience.

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