Nokia Lumia 620 Review
- Nokia Lumia 620 handset
- 1300 mAh battery
- MicroUSB to USB cable
- USB AC adapter
- Headphones (w/ inline remote + mic)
- Welcome manual
All in all, it's a more comprehensive set of accessories than you'll find in the similarly priced Nexus 4, which doesn't include a set of headphones - I presume for cost-cutting reasons. While the headphones provided here aren't brilliant, they are assuredly compatible with the phone. I did try Android and iOS branded headphones, and while these worked for the mic and headphones the buttons did not so be careful when buying an upgrade here.
To get the phone set up, we'll need to take it apart, then put it together. First thing's first - peel off any plastic wrap that you find on the phone and its accessories, including the camera lens - so many times I've seen this forgotten!
- Display: 3.8" WVGA (800 x 480) ClearBlack
- CPU: Dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus at 1 GHz
- GPU: Adreno 305
- RAM: 512 MB
- Internal storage: 8 GB
- External storage: microSD up to 64 GB
- Battery: 1300 mAh
So versus the older Lumia 800, in terms of specifications the Lumia 620 is far ahead - a dual-core processor versus a single-core processor, a front-facing camera where none existed before and NFC. While the camera is worse and the storage is worse (without a microSD card, at least), the Lumia 620 is a more complete package.
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