Nokia Lumia 620 vs Nokia Lumia 720
The Nokia Lumia 620 was the first revelation for Windows Phone - an affordable device that featured gorgeous design and a compact form factor, it opened up the platform to a wider audience. The Nokia Lumia 720 on the other hand raises the bar further. Another mid-range device, the Lumia 720 offers outstanding design in a slim body and a great camera that is especially good in low light conditions.
The two devices are different - the Lumia 620 extremely compact and pocketable, and the Lumia 720 slightly larger, but they both share a Windows Phone core and Nokia’s design excellence. Which one should you get? Let’s compare them to find out.
Both the Nokia Lumia 620 and Lumia 720 are made out of plastic, but with a splash of color Nokia adds a lot of excitement and energy to their looks.
The Lumia 620 is the more compact of the two - it’s got a 3.8-inch display and is extremely convenient for single handed operation. The Lumia 720 in return has got a larger, 4.3-inch screen that makes it just a bit of a stretch to use with one hand.
The 620 has got replaceable back covers so you can easily change its color, while the Lumia 720 definitely feels more solid with its unibody design. The latter also supports snap-on wireless charging covers, while the 620 does not.
Size-wise, at 11mm, the Lumia 620 is a chubby little thing, especially when you compare it against the 9mm profile of the 720. However, the compact size of the 620 makes that less of a disadvantage. Both devices are in the featherweight division, tipping the scales at just 4.5 ounces.
A standard for Nokia, buttons are all located on the right hand side on both phones: on top is the volume rocker, the lock key is in the middle and the dedicated camera shutter button is at the bottom.
Screen is one area where the two handsets rank great. While they both feature the same middling 480 x 800-pixel resolution, the Lumia 620 comes with a 3.8-inch ClearBlack TN LCD display while the Lumia 720 has a 4.3-inch ClearBlack IPS LCD screen.