- Alastair Stevenson , V3
A compelling smartphone that offers all the business benefits of Windows Phone 8 to shoppers on a budget.
- Mat Smith , Engadget
It's arguably more attractive than most Google-powered phones around the same price point and could prove to be a huge hit among smartphone beginners.
Reviews (7.8/10 Avg. rating)
Cheap Windows with basic performance
Excellent price-quality ratio
Nokia Lumia 620 is not the best Windows Phone 8 available on the market, but it definitely offers one of the best user experiences for what you pay.
It comes with some of the features that high-end Windows Phone handsets have, along with some hardware that gets included in mid-range Android smartphones.
The smartphone fits perfectly in any pocket and can be easily maneuvered with only one hand. The only real threat for Lumia 620’s popularity is the newer Lumia 520 smartphone, which has recently been launched on the market.
All in all, I think Nokia Lumia 620 is... Full review
the Lumia 620 has been created for users who’re willing to spend a bit extra
An affordable smartphone with an overall good set of features and without any fancy/powerful hardware, for a decent budget price
Nokia Lumia 620 smartphone with Windows Phone 8 is priced officially at Rs 14,515 and can be purchased for less. This smartphone is meant for those seeking an affordable smartphone with an overall good set of features and without any fancy/powerful hardware, for a decent budget price. Nokia offers Music, Maps and more along with the regular Windows Phone 8 OS package.
Amongst all phones available for a similar price, Nokia Lumia 620 would be our ideal recommendation. However, this smartphone is not meant for someone who wants to try out every app and game that pops up in the market.... Full review
The best mid range device that Nokia has ever produced
Best Windows Phone 8 powered smartphone when it comes to deliver bang for your buck
There really isn’t much to complain about here
The Nokia Lumia 620 is a competitively-priced entry-level smartphone and deserves a good look. It’s not necessarily the right choice for those signing a multi-year contract, since many better devices are discounted to $0 on three-year terms at the moment, but combined with an inexpensive pre- or post-paid plan, there aren’t many choices better than this. Hitting all the right notes where it counts — performance, battery life, form factor — the Lumia 620 is let down only by the continued paucity of great Windows Phone 8 apps, though the number is certainly growing. Consider the Lumia... Full review
Trendy looks, leading operating system and cheap price
A fantastic piece of machinery from Nokia considering the price
With Windows Phone you have the deeply integrated social networking, the exclusive Nokia apps, Live Tiles and the fresh user interface along with the new benefits of Windows Phone 8, such as the ability to send files over Bluetooth and drag-and-drop files from a PC. Your choice is going to be whether this is all more important to you, than the vast amount of apps Android has, but on slower hardware at this price range. Keep in mind, Windows Phone does have all the essentials, and the app scene is improving, albeit slowly. That all being said, if apps arnt a bother, and you’re on a budget... Full review
A smart, capable Windows Phone 8 handset which delivers a taste of the high-end for sensible money
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Manuals / User Guides
- Nokia Lumia 620 Manual (PDF)
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