The Windows-operating system enabled phone, made in Nokia's facilities in Europe and Beijing, was priced at Rs 49,999, Nokia India Director (South) T S Sridhar said unveiling the phone, here.
He said the company had sold 27 million units of Lumia range of phones across globe till June 2013, adding Lumia sales in Indian market witnessed a significant jump.
"Sales of Lumia has been increasing. There was a 32 per cent growth in second quarter of 2013 over the first quarter", Sridhar told reporters here.
India was ranked among the top three markets for Lumia range of phones, he said.
The phone comes with 41 MP camera and can access 8 billion songs from Nokia Store. It would also allow user to download 1.65 lakh apps from Nokia portal, he said.
The phone will be available across the stores today and the company is offering a six months EMI scheme, he said.