Summary: The Nokia Lumia 620 is a mid-range smart phone that will enchant immediately for his modern and colorful design. It is not surprising that some for its performance, mainly due to an RAM not up to the operating system, which could possibly express themselves better.
Pros: Ample memory and expandable; LED flash, resolution and quality display, front camera, NFC module, dual-core processor; Interchangeable cover, Design, Price, new operating system.
Nokia Lumia 620 Review – Excellent Price-Quality Ratio
2 May 2013
Excerpt: The Lumia 800 is one of the first Windows Phone handsets launched by Nokia to become very popular on various markets. Next in line, Nokia Lumia 900 took it even further and contributed to the first positive financial quarter for the Finnish company in a long time.
Pros: Nokia Lumia 620 comes with a few features that other high-end Windows Phone 8 handsets lack, like the microSD card slot for memory expansion (up to 64GB). It also offers the same level of music sound quality, along with Nokia’s complete navigation solution that includes Maps and Drive services. T...
Cons: The first thing I would like to highlight for those thinking to purchase a Windows Phone 8 handset is the fact that there’s no file manager. The device does not have a notification LED and lacks Radio FM feature, which usually is included with budget-friendly smartphones. Another negative aspect ...
Summary: What we like about the affordable Nokia Lumia 620 is the build quality and the premium materials used, smooth performance, surprisingly competent camera and a whole bunch of apps that add value for a certain demographic of users. However, there are the compromises.
Summary: Here come the budget Windows Phone 8 smartphones. The Lumia series of smartphones are a combined effort of Nokia and Microsoft to bring Windows Phone 8 to the masses. The Lumia 620 is one of the first budget smartphones that tries to appeal to cost-conscious buyer.
Pros: Low price, Great 3.8 inch display, NFC and Dual-Band WLAN, Simple Windows Phone 8 interface, Storage can be increasing using a SD card, Swappable battery, Good battery life, Nice camera, 24 months warranty, The good quality, bright LC display and nice workmanship.
Cons: Low screen resolution, Weak webcam with only 0.3 MP, Average performance, Around 5 GB net storage space, A higher resolution and a more extensive app offering in the Windows app store.
Excerpt: Nokia has a knack for releasing entry-level devices unmatched in build quality, price and software compatibility. The Lumia 620 is a natural extension of its Windows Phone 7.5-based Lumia 610…
Conclusion: The Lumia 620 has a lot going for it, but for many consumers Windows Phone remains something of an unknown entity. Apple's iPhone and handsets based on Google's Android are perceived as being the safer options, while Windows Phone presents a gamble.
Conclusion: Reset your expectations of a smartphone. Stop thinking of it as an either/or decision Android or iOS; put yourself in the mindset of the everyman. We've praised Windows Phone before for its suitability to a new smartphone user, and the Lumia 620 fits that category well.
Excerpt: Nokia Lumia 620 with Windows Phone 8 Review A couple of years ago both Nokia and Microsoft had similar problems in the mobile space. iOS was well established and Android was making massive leaps forward in features and sales. Windows Phone and...
Excerpt: At this point it should be clear that the future of Nokia rides on the success of the Windows Phone 8 platform. The Fins need the second major WP release to work as the Lumia lineup is Nokia's only shot at staying afloat in the long run.
Pros: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support, Quad-band 3G with 21 Mbps HSDPA and 5.7 Mbps HSUPA support, 3.8" 16M-color ClearBlack LCD display with WVGA resolution, 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, 720p@30fps video recording, VGA front-facing camera, Windows Phone 8 OS, 1.0 GHz dual-core Krait CP...
Cons: WP app catalog falls short of Android and iOS, No system-wide file manager, No lockscreen shortcuts, Removing the back panel is testing
Excerpt: Here is a short review round-up of the Lumia 620 from popular Web sites all over the Internet. Engadget - Mat Smith : "The Lumia 620 represents a new high-watermark for entry-level smartphones, regardless of OS.