The first-gen Nokia Lumia smartphones were called the 800, 900, 710, and 610. Add the 510 to this line, and put them aside, because now the company has better handsets you can choose from. Now the market is full of the second-gen Lumias in face of the 820/822/810, 920, and 620. Yes, the Lumia 620 has been announced officially, and it will be the most affordable Nokia Windows Phone 8 on the market.
The Nokia Lumia 620 is the third smartphone after the Lumia 920 and 920 that will run Windows Phone 8, and it is designed for youth, so be ready to find even more amazing features!
Though the Lumai 620 looks identical to other Lumia line handsets, Nokia has used the Dual-Shot technique to create a variety of interesting new colors and textures. As the company explains in its official page, it “involves casting two layers of polycarbonate, a single base layer and a second color, in a transparent or translucent layer, to produce depth effects and secondary color blends.” Moreover, though the Lumia 620 comes in lime green, orange, magenta, yellow, cyan, white, and black, users can change the shells with the change of their mood.
Before I introduce you the hardware features of this handset, you should know what advantages in has in terms of software. The phone is able to use the Nokia Exclusive camera lens like Cinemagraph and Smart Shoot. It also has the best mapping and location experience, based on the Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive and Nokia City Lens are available as well. Nokia Music provides free streaming of ad-free tracks with no subscription or registration required, plus, users can download playlists to listen offline.
As for hardware, the Nokia Lumia 620 comes packed with a 3.8-inch WVGA ClearBlack touchscreen, a dual-core 1GHz Krait Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor paired with 512MB of RAM, 8GB of native storage that can be expanded up to 64GB due to microSD card support, a 5MP rear camera, a VGA frontal camera, Dolby headphone sound enhancement, NFC, and a 1300 mAh battery providing up to 10 hours of talk time in 3G.
Windows Phone 8 on the phone provides Live Tiles for updates direct to the Start Screen, PeopleHub, and all address books are in one place. At the end, users will be satisfied with Xbox Live, Microsoft Office, 7GB of SkyDrive storage and faster and safer surfing with Internet Explorer 10.
The Nokia Lumia 620 is set to launch in Q1, 2013, and cost only $249.