Nokia Lumia 930
The newest of the lot, the Lumia 930 runs a very reasonable 441 ppi across its 5in screen and hides a 2.2GHz engine behind that bright and beautiful display. With a default 32GB of internal storage and an additional 7GB of OneDrive cloud storage, this phone is a little scant on storage options so you’ll have to rely on apps like Dropbox to substantiate your hoarder ways.
Quality is the same, with aluminium edges and a matt plastic back. It’s satisfying, but hardly revolutionary. For a flagship, this phone is a consistent performer but doesn’t blow our minds.
What’s hot: It might not pack the most megapixels or the biggest sensor of the lot, but the Lumia series have had consistently stellar cameras thanks to their dedicated PureView technology.
What’s not: Sadly, it’s still that OS and it’s a chicken-and-egg problem. How will Windows Phone attract more developers to make apps for its platform when there aren't as many people on the OS?
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