Nokia Lumia 620

I’m an avid fan of Nokia phones ever since. I prefer Nokia over other brands for the very sole reason – Nokia phones are very user friendly. But when Smartphones dominated the market, I was hesitant to get my own one. I’ve been thinking to have my first Smartphone with Samsung because I got my Tablet PC first. But when the Nokia Lumia came into market, without doubt, I want this one over the Nokia Asha.

Another ground-breaking creation from Nokia is its newest Nokia Lumia 620. Last 2010, Windows Phone had been introduced in which Microsoft had really hoped for its success. But then, it turned out with poor sales because it lacks recognition from the public.  However, in this latest invention from Nokia, it made it turn around. That is when the Nokia Lumia was born.

Considered as one of the budget phones, Nokia Lumia 620 special features are the following: 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU

  • 512MB RAM
  • 3.8-inch 480 x 800 pixel ClearBlack LCD screen
  • Windows Phone 8 OS
  • 8GB internal memory
  • 5-megapixel camera with LED flash.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon(TM) S4 processor with 1 Ghz dual-core CPUs  processor.
  • 1300 mAh battery.

Apart from other mobile phones, Nokia Lumia 620 is not just like any other. Its uniqueness shows with its full back removable plastic batteries cover. It protects the phone well that it embraces around to the glass front of the screen. It comes with seven different colors to choose from and this too makes it more child-friendly look. Its keys are just a slide away with your fingers which gives its characteristic as user-friendly.

Easy Connectivity Using Nokia Lumia
Talking about file transfers, we usually get frustrated with lots of restrictions in using the apps. Looking back in those Nokia Lumia phones before, you need to be hooked up to Zune desktop software in order to transfer files. It’s just like the relationship of iPhone with the iTunes. But now, with this latest Nokia Lumia 620, transferring of files comes easy by just plugging it to the computer then drag and drop in a microSD card or by using Bluetooth.

In all modern Smartphone can be found are the Bluetooth, HSPA 3G mobile internet and GPS. This makes the phone to function in its full potential especially at a distant. However, not all of them have the NFC which stands for Near-Field Communication. This gives Nokia lumia 620 an edge among others.  The NFC lets devices communicate over short distances without using wires. Also, one of the most attention-grabbing uses of NFC is in making payments on the high street without using a credit card. This can also be used in transmitting information between devices.

Using my Nokia Lumia 620, I have a feeling I would like the Windows Phone over any Android phone or iPhone even better. I like the feel of using its Windows Phone 8 Operating System merely because I am now also using a Window 8 OS in my HP laptop.

Below is my unboxing video of Nokia Lumia 620.