After we had reported that Microsoft-owned Nokia was offering the Lumia 630 up for sale in Asia, it looks like the smartphone is also now available in Russia. Additionally, it looks like the flagship Lumia 930 is also available for pre-order.
The Lumia 630 will be available in Russia in two variants. Starting today, a single-SIM variant will be available for 7990 rubles while a dual-SIM variant will be available over the next few days for 8490 rubles. The phone was made available for pre-order early last month. You can order from this link at the N-Store.
The Lumia 930, which is similar to the Nokia Lumia Icon in the U.S. with carrier Verizon Wireless, will be available for 24990 rubles when it launches. Users can start pre-ordering the phone today as well according to Russian language site WP7 Forums. You can click here to pre-order from the N-Store.
Both the Lumia 630 and the Lumia 930 are among the first smartphones to debut out of the box with Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 operating system.
Source: WP7 Forum