Conclusion: Priced at AED 1,199, the Lumia 720 has become my favorite Windows Phone. While it may not have the bells’n’whistles of the Lumia 920, it does not feel restricted by any means. It feels really good in your hands and runs super smooth along with providing you a battery life that most phones manufacturers can only dream of.
Summary: The Lumia for everyone? The 720 slots neatly into the Lumia line of Windows Phone smartphones. The differences are not immediately apparent to the buyer when you consider the cheaper Lumias. We will evaluate this 4.3-inch device and whether it would be smart buy or not.
Pros: Good performance, Very bright display, Long battery runtimes, Expandable storage, Build quality, The performance is sufficient for multimedia applications and daily tasks - although it is quite boring that almost every Windows Phone 8 device uses the same SoC.
Cons: Low resolution, Price, Non-removable battery, Nokia could improve the black value as this would also help the contrast ratio. HD resolution would be appropriate for a retail price of 379 Euros.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 720 is priced at roughly Rs 18,200 and will go head on with the Sony Xperia L and even the Samsung Galaxy Grand . We haven’t reviewed the Xperia L yet, but looking at the specifications, we can safely say that the Lumia 720 is slimmer and lighter, and will have a much better display and battery life. In that respect, the Lumia does make a better buy.
Summary: Nokia's Lumia 720 is the Lumia design I've been waiting for, but it's not the whole package. It's the design and the body that should house the Lumia 920, but its mid-range specifications make me long for Nokia to put its high-end camera and components from the 920 into the shape and weight of the 720. The 512MB of RAM restriction will lock you out of some apps and games (and more all the time), and the camera performance of the Lumia 920 is still the king.
Pros: Great design, Thin and lightweight, Good battery life, Low-light camera performance
Cons: Daylight camera performance, Only 512MB of RAM, Low resolution display
Conclusion: The Nokia Lumia 720 is a solid mid-range phone but with better than expected build quality, a better than average camera and a good range of Nokia extras including HERE Maps and Drive satnav, plus Music and the Microsoft Office suite. You get a lot for your cash, and it's worth checking out if you've only been considering yet another Android handset.
Pros: Excellent build, slim and lightweight, good camera, great Nokia extras, bit of a bargain
Summary: Introduction Lumia 720 is a mid range phone, which offers tremendous features at a great price. The device comes with the guarantee of high quality hardware configuration, which is a trademark of Nokia. The device is available in a wide range of vibrant colors to match the different personalities of users. Available for Rs. 17500, Lumia 720 is a perfect deal for mid income consumers.
Pros: Has a slick operating system , Has an attractive design , The camera is exceptionally good , The battery life is really long. , Offers support for 4G LTE
Cons: The battery is non-removable , The quality of display screen is just average , The Keyboard is not too good , Has a small RAM
Summary: It has been raining Lumias of late, with the 820, 620 and 520 hitting the market in quick succession. Joining them now is the Lumia 720, which tries to strike a golden balance between specs and price. Does it succeed? Looks: Size zero beauty The curvy design of the Lumia 720 is somewhat similar to other phones in the series. However there are subtle changes in the design which become evident when you take a closer look.
A perfect sized smartphone with an excellent design but a little too expensive
Good Gear Guide.au
11 June 2013
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 720 has a stylish design, good battery life and excellent low light camera performance. However, it isn't competitively priced and its minimal amount of RAM means some Windows Phone games are incompatible.
Pros: Excellent size and design, Good battery life, Low light camera performance
Cons: 512MB of RAM is restrictive, Slippery, glossy surface, A little expensive
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 720 is a Windows Phone 8 phone that hits the sweet spot: it's not as expensive as the top Windows Phones, but it offers good performance and specifications. Here's our Lumia 720 review.