Nokia has officially announced its long-anticipated Lumia 930 smartphone, and it looks to be a real beauty thanks to top-of-the-line specs, a fantastic camera and the usual assortment of bells and whistles you'd expect from a flagship model.
The confirmed specs include a 5-inch full HD display with a resolution of 1080p, a Snapdrawon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz, a whopping 20MP rear-facing camera, a 2,420mAh battery capable of talk time of an impressive 15.5 hours (although that'll probably come down in real world use), 4G LTE connectivity and even wireless charging.
The device will ship with Windows Phone 8.1 and is set to offer users a wide range of software focused on making the most of that impressive PureView camera, including Living Images, which letes users combine both videos and stills to make impressive presentations for sharing with their friends and loved ones.
Interestingly, there are also four individual microphones dotted throughout the device, so it looks as though Nokia is making a push to tackle one of the few remaining issues preventing smartphones from being genuine camera replacements - tinny and low quality audio.
The Lumia 930 is set for launch in several territories, including Europe and Asia in June, with a North American release date expected to be announced shortly.