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Nokia Lumia 620 Set to Launch Next Week

The budget-priced Nokia Lumia 620 smartphone is expected to launch on January 31, according to suppliers of the Finnish smartphone manufacturer.

Europe will initially receive the device for €298 ($395), with other regions set to receive unlocked Lumia 610 units by the end of February.

The Lumia 620 was announced during the opening stages of December. It sports a 3.8-inch display, 1GHz dual-core processor, 512 MB of RAM, a 5-megapixel camera, VGA front-facing camera, NFC technology and runs on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform.

The device is available in six colors: lime green, orange, magenta, yellow, white and black. Elsewhere, it houses a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, HSDPA, dual band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, GPS with Glonass, Bluetooth 3.0, Dolby headphone sound enhancement, an Adreno 305 GPU, 8 GB of internal memory, MicroSD card support of up to 64 GB and a 1,300mAh battery.

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  • $395!?!?!?!?! expensive
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  • belardo
    Snore... better phones from others. Wow, printer ink colors.... original.
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  • techy74
    More choice the better for consumers. Great way for Nokia to increase it's market share. This is what Nokia needs, you go into a phone store and it's wall to wall with Droids and Iphone accessories (to protect the fragile Iphone).
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  • tomfreak
    nol6536334$395!?!?!?!?! expensivewho ever thumb down this guy have no idea how much it has been selling @ other part of the world.

    unlocked Lumia 620 as been selling @ $229-$249 in Asia. *and it has been here release in Asia 2 weeks ago.
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  • blurr91
    Tomfreakwho ever thumb down this guy have no idea how much it has been selling @ other part of the world.unlocked Lumia 620 as been selling @ $229-$249 in Asia. *and it has been here release in Asia 2 weeks ago.
    OOoh, nice. I am willing to pay $250 for it. I don't need a computer with a gigantic screen attached to it that also makes some phone calls. I want a handy phone that's easy to carry and doubles as a computer. Call me silly, but my phone has to be a phone first and foremost.
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  • bebangs
    boring... nothing new. Except that it looks like a "samsung galaxy" phone.
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  • thats a small battery. i think the best low end phones on the market right now are the LG L9 for Tmo and the HTC Evo V on Virgin
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  • alextheblue
    vanwazltoffthats a small battery. i think the best low end phones on the market right now are the LG L9 for Tmo and the HTC Evo V on VirginThis isn't aimed at the US market. This is primarily for developing countries. Zack could have made this a bit more clear. Most people here get subsidised phones, so for example you can get a Lumia 822 for $50 (less if you get it through Amazon).

    Anyway, with the very low-power processor and smaller screen, the 1300mAh battery is probably sufficient. I'd be interested to see how WP8 performs on the lesser hardware, just out of curiousity.
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  • Bloob
    Also has ClearBlack Display -treatment, HAAC mic, noise cancellation and changeable shells. Nokia announced this phone at $250, with no taxes or subsidies, so that's likely the price for an unlocked US version if one ever comes out. I'd also expect this phone to be sold at 260€ or less here in Europe after a couple of months.
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