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Take a virtual wander through Microsoft’s online store in the UK and you’ll notice three Windows Phone handsets have been added to its digital shelves.
As Engadget reports, the Nokia Lumia 630 (our review), Lumia 1320 and 1520 (our review) are now being stocked for customers to drool over and potentially purchase at will. The Lumia 630 is shipping for £129 – even though it’s supposed to cost £89.95 – while the mid-range Lumia 1320 goes for £329 and the high-end Lumia 1520 is sold for £549.
Given you can purchase an iPhone from Apple and a Nexus device directly from Google, it makes sense for Microsoft to do the same now its $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia is complete. You’ll likely find them for a smidge cheaper elsewhere, but here you’ll at least have the reassurance of purchasing from one of the biggest technology companies on the planet.
➤ Microsoft Store [via Engadget]
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