cellmaniac, 13 Mar 2013Arthull is having same phone i guess so lets ask him. Does your phone fully charges from dead ... moreImpossible lumia620 and galaxy w takes 6-7 hours charge using USB unless u got some kind of advance super computer
cellmaniac, 13 Mar 2013Arthull is having same phone i guess so lets ask him. Does your phone fully charges from dead ... moreIts still in the box xD but will keep u updated once i reach home :)
Oh if u asked about my samsung wave 2 on regular wall charge its about 3 hours and in Usb its around 4 and a half hours.
Why should you buy Lumia 620?
1] Dual shot panels looks cool and indeed sturdy. There are a bunch of colors to choose from.
2] Best display with Nokia - ClearBlack technology. Use it under a direct sunlight with no difficulty.
3] Nokia apps are just awesome and very helpful. Nokia Music, Mix Radio, Here Drive, Here Maps, Here Transit, Here City Lens and may more for free. Remember you get the offline maps and Nokia Music only on Nokia devices.
4] Camera with Smart Shoot. One click will take several shots, pick the best you like. You also get a front facing camera for video calls.
5] Snapdragon™ S4 - Dual-core 1 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM. Trust me this is more than sufficient to run this device butter smooth.
6] The last and the best part is it’s a Windows Phone. Use this for few days and I'm sure you'll never touch any other OS.
cellmaniac, 13 Mar 2013Arthull is having same phone i guess so lets ask him. Does your phone fully charges from dead ... moreMy 620 took ~5 hr via USB and around ~2.5 via wall charger from death to 100%.
kri, 13 Mar 2013Hey common buddy, I am not doing any mathematics or magics here, but I do it every day man. Wh... moreArthull is having same phone i guess so lets ask him. Does your phone fully charges from dead in half hour when connected to PC/laptop?
Other guys can also share their experience!
doctech, 13 Mar 2013Guys...help me....how to read pdf files stored on memory card Cant read documents from memory card, transfer it to the documents folder in the internal memory.
rickyrdx, 13 Mar 2013Thanks athull and what about .avi format?It cant unless u convert it to other formats as wp8 doesnt support it at the moment. Heres the source and ur options to convert :) http://www.brorsoft.com/nokia-lumia-920/sync-and-play-avi-on-nokia-lumia-920.html
cellmaniac, 13 Mar 2013Wave 525 has 1200mAH battery. How could it charge in half hour when connected to PC? It should... moreHey common buddy, I am not doing any mathematics or magics here, but I do it every day man. Why do I lie, if you want I can show in with my laptop
kri, 13 Mar 2013Its my phone it self Samsung wave 525 charges within 30 minutes full thru' USB cable and takes... moreWave 525 has 1200mAH battery. How could it charge in half hour when connected to PC? It should take 6 hours! For it to charge in half hour, your laptop/PC port should be capable of handling 2400mA current which is technically impossible. Simple maths, bit common sense and basic knowledge of electronics! So dont lie please!
Athull, 13 Mar 2013It only supports videos upto 720p hd.Thanks athull and what about .avi format?
cellmaniac, 13 Mar 2013Show me a single phone which charges off quickly via USB post on PC/laptop. It just has 200mA ... moreIts my phone it self Samsung wave 525 charges within 30 minutes full thru' USB cable and takes more than a hour on wall charger.
NL-620 users plz write review about A-GPS & GLONASS support, its also a remarkable feature of this model.
For ALL Windows Phone Users
also check this link for a feature that you may want,
as WP Os is young and need to go much development so this forum will also help.
and may be your request(ed) feature may come in line
How to submit a feature request
To make a feature request, you can use the following link.
Can any of you using lumia 620 answer me does this phone supports.avi and 1080 video formats?
Thanks in advance
[deleted post]Dude u got me wrong then lol. I was doing the same thing u did read the comment below mine a guy said that l620 had no removable battery. And i quote my lines "L620 have removable battery. Its undibody phones that have unremovable battery"
Geez i dont understand how u got me wrong there, everyone else understood what i meant o.o
xv9, 13 Mar 2013Athull u said l620 is a unibody design with non-removable battery ; so that's what i corrected... morehey man no offence but this is the statment..
"l620 have removable battery. its unibody phones that have non removable battery. "
it clearly says "lumia 620 has a removable batter and the unibody phones have non removable batteries"
ps. hope this clears all this out !