The Lumia 620 is not available in the US, but it is available in Canada, Mexico Europe and other parts of the world. It is a lower-mid-level smartphone, but features the common amenities of higher-end devices, like NFC and a front-facing camera, but with a much lower price tag.
A Lumia 620 runs just $250 (CAD) contract free on Telus. In the UK, a SIM-free 620 is £219. The device is a little smaller, easier to use with one hand, and relies on Nokia’s penchant for offering ways to personalize the handset where the operating system will not. The back plate of the device comes in multiple colors, and because it is a Nokia, the Nokia experience apps of HERE Drive, City Lens and Nokia Music add to the allure.
The artistic element is interesting though, and Marko Ahtisaari, Nokia’s chief of product design, shares his perspective of the Lumia 620. As an affordable option, the Lumia 620 cuts few corners.