Cheap and cheerful
While it’s certainly small and definitely cheap, the 620 doesn’t hold back on features. It has a very decent 5MP camera, a surprisingly snappy 1Ghz dual-core processor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 8GB of storage that can be increased with memory cards, and even wireless technology for charging and connecting the device to sound docks, headphones and other gadgets.
With the Lumia 620 one also gets access to Nokia’s mapping services
HTC Desire X and Music store, along with free music streaming. I can’t think of much lacking in this device. It has everything of the larger Lumia 920, barring the super camera and much faster processor. In fact, some customers will prefer this device that is far less bulky than its bigger brother and offers better battery life too.
The price also makes this a very compelling offer as it costs half of what you’d spend on a higher-end smartphone that, in reality, would only be marginally better.
So if bigger isn’t necessarily better in your smartphone world and you like what Microsoft is doing from a platform perspective, this is certainly a phone to consider. Nokia’s added services also make it far more compelling than other Windows Phone offerings. You’ll also want to look at what Android can offer in this price range,
Value for money: