Vietnamese tech site Techrum.vn reports that Microsoft has officially launched the Nokia Lumia 930 in Vietnam.
Launched today at an event at Dalat, Vietnam, Microsoft invited the media to “enjoy the Lumia 930 journey” and showed how the handset could be the best friend of an editor or reporter.
Techrum notes the handset will be available in the full range of colours, and will cost 12,999,000 VND ($610) off contract, but that Microsoft is offering a discount for those who pre-order, which are opening on the 1st July.
See many hands-on photos of the device at Techrum.vn here.
Vietnam is a pretty important market for Microsoft/Nokia, being one of the company’s top 10 markets for smartphones, and with Windows Phone having an amazing 26% market share there.