Josh, 10 Jan 2013In Malaysia, Lumia 620 is priced at MYR799 which is about US$264.is that available there in malay ?
Its now frustrating yr.....firstly they said on 1january......then 3rd or 4th week.......nd now they r saying early feb.....what r u doing Nokia-....please jst give a specific date.....nd price tag
timhieu, 10 Jan 2013In Vietnam I bought it the evening of 01/09/2013.Is the best mid-range phone!is there any problem due to less ram(512mb)....in any application or anything else
In Vietnam I bought it the evening of 01/09/2013.Is the best mid-range phone!
620 doesn't have screen protection, Corning Gorilla Glass. A normal but really important option, very pity!!!
Jony, 09 Jan 2013Can Any1 suggest me that should i go 4 Window phone of android Phone,when i have a range of 15... moreThats based on your interest to go with the os you like but you are a spec hungry then i dont think there is any competitor near 620 for its price cos similar androids costs atleast 25000 (about 425 usd)
LaMeow, 09 Jan 2013Hey have you updated to Windows 7.8? If yes, how is it different from 7.5? no 7.8 yet(maybe at the end of jan.)
vishnu, 09 Jan 2013waiting for the launch of nokia lumia 620 expected price 14000Thank you for your information. but,in some places it's rate is denoted as 227EUR(rs.16000). what is the exact rate??
Also it is evident that Nokia is performing Man In The Middle Attack for sensitive HTTPS traffic originated from their phone and hence they do have access to clear text information which could include user credentials to various sites such as social networking, banking, credit card information or anything that is sensitive in nature. In short, be it HTTP or HTTPS site when browsed through the phone in subject, Nokia has complete information unencrypted (in clear text format) available to them for them to use or abuse. Up on checking privacy statement in Nokia’s website following can be found.
A Nokia (NOK) factory in Chennai, India has reportedly been raided by authorities due to a massive unpaid tax bill. According to The Economic Times, tax authorities in India have confirmed that Nokia owes roughly $542 million in taxes and the raids will continue through much of Tuesday. At the time of the original report, authorities were unsure if operations at the factory would be shut down as a result of the raids.