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As per Nokia Lumia 620 review done by Engadget, Nokia Lumia 620 is the most cheapest Windows Phone 8 as yet. The phone has got 1GHz Snapdragon S4 Plus processsor, with a bright 3.8-inch ClearBlack display with 800 x 480 resolution. The Nokia Lumia 620 phone which have a 5 Megapixel camera bears a  very attractive price tag of (£150, or around $236).

 

The phone also have a front facing VGA camera – again this is the first ever for an  entry level Nokia windows smartphone. Below is what the review mentions about the screen, display, music, headphones and speakers of Nokia Lumia 620.

 

The screen is framed with about 2mm of bezel at the sides, with space above it for the aforementioned VGA camera and earpiece. Below the TFT screen, you’ll find the staple three-button capacitive control panel.

Along the right edge, there’s still a hard camera button — and all the buttons seem to have more give than last year’s Nokia devices. The micro-USB port sits along the bottom with the primary microphone, while the headphone socket belongs at the top, replete with a secondary mic. It’s worth mentioning that the Lumia 620 has been gifted with the same distortion-free, high-amplitude mics embedded inside the Lumia 920 — more on that in the camera section. Meanwhile the Lumia 620’s built-in speaker is apparently 20 decibels louder than Nokia’s flagship phone, able to penetrate thin walls at a maximum of 100 decibels.

 

Here are some of the pictures showing the front and the back of Nokia Lumia 620.

 

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The review concludes with the following recommendations on Nokia Lumia 620 based on all the specs and features.

 

The Lumia 620 represents a new high-watermark for entry-level smartphones, regardless of OS. Ignoring the app drawbacks, the phone provides a great web browser experience alongside the full Windows Phone 8 feature set. It could be a very exciting phone for Nokia — it’s an exciting one for us. We’ve mentioned the price several times during the review, but for a new smartphone with the latest version of its respective OS, it’s a steal. The phone might house a less-capable camera, but for anyone sick of oversized, unwieldy, expensive smartphones, Nokia now has an entry-level Windows Phone to lure the bargain-hunting crowds away from Android, if the Nexus 4 proves too expensive.

 

What’s more, it’s arguably more attractive than most Google-powered phones around the same price point and could prove to be a huge hit among smartphone beginners. There’s also a good chance that the more-gadget obsessed might pick up the Lumia 620 as a second device to give Microsoft’s mobile OS a try — and with compatibility on two US networks, it might be worth an import. It delivers real-world performance as good as Windows Phones that cost more than double. If anything, it’s making us reconsider whether those other rivals are worth the extra outlay.

 

Below is the video of the hands-on review of Nokia Lumia 620 device.

 

 

And here are some of the sample pictures taken by Nokia Lumia 620 camera to know the quality and resolutions.

 

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So, if you see all the detailed specs and the features of Nokia Lumia 620 Windows Phone 8 and compare it with the price tag, then it surely comes out as an entry level Nokia windows smartphone.

 

source:engadget

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