Blog Nouvelles Technologies.fr managed to have a hands-on with the recently announced Nokia Lumia 620 at Le Web.
They note while low-cost smartphones were important, they were usually much below their more expensive relatives in quality, but that this was not the case with the Nokia Lumia 620.
They said this was in large part because the handset ran Windows Phone 8, the same OS as the more expensive Nokia Lumia 920.
Regarding the device itself, they noted that the removable back was available in 7 colours, and had a strong family resemblance to the more expensive Lumias.
They were impressed that the 3.8 inch screen was WVGA, an achievement for the low cost of only $250. They were also impressed that the device supported all of Nokiaâ€™s cool and useful apps, such as Mix Radio and Nokia Drive.
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