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All gold edges

The best-in-class is usually demarcated by the color gold, so it makes sense for Nokia to release a gold rimmed version of the Lumia 930.

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Silky smooth back

Like the original, this version also features a white backside. It's shiny, smooth to touch and comfortable to hold.

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Windows 8.1 on deck

The Lumia 930 runs the latest version of Windows 8.1.

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Button-filled right edge

From left to right, you can see the volume rocker, power button and camera button.

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Top edge

The top edge is home to the headphone jack and SIM card slot.

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Stunning screen

One of the best features of the Lumia 930 is the razor-sharp screen. It has a wide range of colors that pop off of the screen like fireworks.

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Killer camera

The Lumia 930 packs a whopping 20-megapixel camera on the back.

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Pocket-friendly

At 5 inches big, it's still a pocket-friendly phone.

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Windows 8.1 at its best

The Nokia Lumia 930 was already established as an excellent Windows 8.1 phone. Now with its fashionable gold trim, style-conscious shoppers can really feel like winners when picking up this handset.

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