It all depends on their pricing. if they price it way over moto g (I'm in India)I'll not buy it. but if its somewhere near moto g, I'll be the first one to buy it.
Secret Service, 08 Aug 2014according to specs, this will b a mid range monster. its price shud be btn $180~220.
clear ... moreMicrosoft not adding a $2 1GB ddr2/3 ram in 530/630, and then you want a 8 mp camera in back off a $200-180 phone.
God bless you
Looking forward to this. It has everything I want for my 2nd year of WP experience, at least as the rumor saying, 1GB RAM is a must have, snapdragon 400 is still OK, camera with Zeiss is a plus.
Now just waiting for the price tag. Should be a budget phone, but I don't have any faith in Microsoft, they're too greedy.
I will only buy nokia if they make dual sim, 6 inches with cpu tegra 1k or snapdragon 810 with internal memory 32 to 64gb
Oh no! Verizon first? Another lumia 930. Released to verizon february (?) then to the rest of the world end of July. I hope it wont happen with this lumia 730. Please Microsoft/Nokia, release the dual sim version worldwide ASAP. Thank you.
the camera shutter button is missing..... Please clearly analyse the right side of the render
Dual sim lumia are most wanted...
If it is 15K, it will dominate markets
put a camera button, increase the battery to at least 2300mAh, price it right, then it'll be sold like hot cakes!
I hate on screen navigation because it sacrifices the size of the screen and it's just plain annoying! I hate pressing it by accident! That's why I still prefer capacitive buttons!
Wait ! An affordable 16GB inbuilt memory & 2 GB RAM is coming from other WdP OEM by early 2015.
Wow since when new color is groundbreaking lol it's like aplle done iPhone in white thing.
Phonegeek7991, 09 Aug 2014Anyone else noticed that the speaker grille was not to be seen in yesterday's photos?The speaker grill on the back? I was visible but not very clearly...
Please don't release it for Verizon only at first and for the rest of the world later... Release it globally. And take care of a quick availably after announcing the phone or it will lose momentum.
This doesn't have Microsoft branding because products take years to develop. This phone mockup was in the pipes long before Nokia was purchased. Hardly a "new" phone. Hey Microsoft: the world has moved on, maybe update your product line to make it relevant again? I already had 4 Nokias that looked like this. p.s. (I got a OnePlus invitation so goodbye Microkia!)