Anonymous, 20 Aug 2013The 520 is the equivalent of US$200 where I live. Nokia need to implement pricing uniformity a... moreThe difference in pricing depends upon the taxes country applies where it is being selled. So price will be lower if tax is lower. If at your country Lumnia 520 is around USD 200 then the same difference will be exist with other companies model.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2013Today i went Nokia shop to see this 620 phone. Oh my God! What a horrible Lego cheap plastic p... moreYou're mistaken Nokia for Samsung or some other cheap Chinese manufacturers.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2013Today i went Nokia shop to see this 620 phone. Oh my God! What a horrible Lego cheap plastic p... moreIt is made of polycarbonate and is also available in black and in white,so it is obviously much better in durability and looks than
the cheap plastic used by some others like.samsung....
Today i went Nokia shop to see this 620 phone. Oh my God! What a horrible Lego cheap plastic phone that is.. really.. it was 199€ there. But I wont buy this even 99€ or 99$ :) People must be desperate to buy this phone.. i dont blame them. If you dont have money you dont have much options. Is our currency too big..I mean EURO is this the biggest reason why europeans have suffer on phone markets?
Shankychan, 21 Aug 2013Dude it's already available in IndiaNot for 99$(6300 rs)...it is now available in india for atleast 13000rs.....
bangar, 21 Aug 2013will it be available in India. Dude it's already available in India
Kaimu, 21 Aug 2013my words exactly bro.I have couple Android laying around collecting dust. They are too buggy for any pleasant experience. Rather go with iOS than Android.
szymon247, 20 Aug 2013Still with Windows Phone. I wouldn't want it even for free.my words exactly bro.
szymon247, 20 Aug 2013Still with Windows Phone. I wouldn't want it even for free.You don't want to OS with the best experience? No one will miss you then.
Its 27435.50 in Jamaica thats about US 270 so its a good deal yet i have the 820 so am cool
Its locked not unlocked phone. It can be unlocked too :p, But warranty wont be there
The 520 is the equivalent of US$200 where I live. Nokia need to implement pricing uniformity around the world, and give suppliers' credits towards them dropping the prices of older models. The by now very old 610 I see at retailers where I live for a rip-off US$280 equivalent (that's no typo error), as they obviously bought this stock at highly inflated prices, have sat with this stock for ages, and no-one wants the old WP7.5 - 7.8, so no incentive to drop prices and get rid of that stock.