Say hello to the Nokia Lumia 620, the world’s smallest Windows Phone 8 smartphone. Bringing several shots of even more colour to the Lumia family, the new Nokia Lumia 620 brings Microsoft’s new OS to a more affordable price range at last, and even lets you pick and mix your colour like paint.
Using a new dual-shot colour technique, the Nokia Lumia 620 lets you pair up the base colour with seven additional shells to mix and match. For example, starting with a yellow base and adding a cyan shell, you end up with a lime green shade.
While dubbed as being affordable, the Nokia Lumia 620 is still a capable little machine. Packing a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4, it’s certainly no slug. The phone also boasts a healthy 512MB RAM, 8GB of storage space and micro SD memory card support for up to 64GB, not to mention 7GB of free Microsoft SkyDrive storage – giving you no shortages of trunk space.
The Nokia Lumia 620 also touts a 3.8-inch display, which also features the same sunlight readability enhancements as the 920 and 820, as well as NFC capability which also lets the phone easily pair up with accessories.
When it hits shops, the Nokia Lumia 620 should cost around $249 (around £150) and will roll out in January, starting in Asia with Europe a close second. What do you make of it? Let us know in the comments below