Nokia announces Lumia 620 smartphone

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Nokia has just announced its most affordable Windows Phone 8 smartphone to date – the Lumia 620. Designed to suit the needs of younger people the Lumia 620 comes with a “dual-shot” color technique that adds a layer of translucent or transparent polycarbonate over the bottom color coat. This creates secondary color blends and adds texture effects to the smartphone’s shell.

Specs-wise the Nokia Lumia 620 will offer a 3.8-inch ClearBlack TFT LCD screen, which works at 800 x 480 pixel resolution. It also comes with a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus processor at 1 GHz, 512 MB of RAM, two cameras – one main 5 MP camera and a VGA front camera. The smartphone also provides 8 GB of internal storage that can be expanded via a microSD card and a 1300 mAh battery.

For a price of USD 250 you also get a bunch of Nokia features including Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive, Nokia Transport and Nokia City Lens as well as Smart Shoot that combines several pictures in one perfect shot.

Expect the Lumia 620 in January 2013 in lime green, orange, magenta, yellow, cyan, white and black.


Source: Phonearena

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