Nokia 'Martini' tipped to become Lumia 930 as Refocus app made available to all WP8 Lumias

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| March 13, 2014

Nokia Lumia 920

Nokia's got a thing for James Bond. Following leaks that outed upcoming devices with the codenames "Goldfinger" and "Moneypenny," a new report says that Nokia has another Windows Phone device on the way that's named after Mr. Bond's favorite beverage.

According to @evleaks, Nokia is working on a new product codenamed the "Martini." The device is expected to shake off that name when it comes to market, though, instead going by the name "Nokia Lumia 930." It's also been said that the Lumia 930 will be powered by Windows Phone Blue, aka Windows Phone 8.1.

While details of the Lumia 930 are still fairly light, its model number suggests that it could be a true follow-up to the Lumia 920. That device debuted way back in late 2012 as the first Windows Phone 8 flagship device, and so we could see the Lumia 930 emerge as one of the Windows Phone 8.1's showcase handsets.

In other Nokia news, the Finnish firm today announced that its Refocus app is now available to all Lumia models running Windows Phone 8. The Refocus app allows a user to snap a photo and then change the focus after snapping and sharing it. When it launched last year, Refocus was only available to Lumia phones with PureView camera tech, but today's update makes it compatible with all Windows Phone 8-equipped Lumias. You can snag Nokia Refocus from the Windows Phone Store right here.

Via @evleaks (1), (2), Nokia Coversations, Windows Phone Store: Nokia Refocus