hey .....the wp8 or lumia 620 useres can u say me that .....is there possible to download song from website......without install any apps.......plz...ans....my q....
Anyone know how to download videos or mp3 using this phone? Only streaming but no download option and what 3rd party browser can be installed because last time I checked my favorite browser-operamini isn't available for this phone.Thanks guys.
Hi WP users...!!!
I just want to know the advantages of WP8 over android Jelly bean.I am planning to switch to WP8. I need a detailed explanation if some body knows. Don't copy-paste material from the other websites,I can read them on my own.I want a true user experience nothing else.
Yes thats ryt! Lumia 620 should now be released in the philippines & nokia will make a good comeback. Samsung smartphones already dominate the philippine market now, and i dont really lyk their monotonous designs.. So ugly. And android is so much laggy and a fad. Nokia philippines pls rlease the lumia wp 8 line in the country so we go back 2 u
Nokia Philippines is really blindfolded when it comes to marketing. See, there's the Lumia range. But they still keep on posting Asha, Asha, and Asha. 620, 820, and 920 are all not yet available in the Philippines. How are you going to get a comeback if you're not confident with your smartphones? Release 620 and I'm sure my friends would envy me.
TheApprentice, 28 Jan 2013Actually they have a bigger battery for the BL-5J, which is used in this phone, but they have ... morenokia 620's case would be expensive to make since the sound jack is attached to it
Sean , 27 Jan 2013No doubt in near future Mugen power will release a larger battery for this phone Actually they have a bigger battery for the BL-5J, which is used in this phone, but they have the casing for Nokia N900, a whopping 2400 mah battery. So basically they just need to make the cases.
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2013The only problem with Nokia phones is tht however good... they do not support Viber... which i... moreYou should recheck.
Viber is available on
viber.com/products/nokia/ for Symbian
viber.com/products/windowsphone/ for Lumias
Please be sure before commenting anything...
this phone is nice but Radio and Java are missing. If Nokia could these features I may go for it.
No doubt in near future Mugen power will release a larger battery for this phone
the battery is the issue here although it got better after 4-5 times full charging... at first it wont last a half a day up until now... Wifi connection eats a lot of the battery power so please turn it off after every use... great phone for the price..
the battery got better after 4-5 times full charging... at first it wont last a day up until now... Wifi eats a lot of the battery...
ANILREDDY66, 27 Jan 2013Nokia has launched the low-end Lumia 620 smartphone in the country. The device will be availab... moreu took this all thing from http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/news/nokia-india-launches-lumia-620-with-windows-phone-8-ships-early-february-315715
ugliest touchscreen device ive seen like what the hell green n yellow yak
Guys never mind the battery, coz all of the touch screen mobile are have same issue. battery not last a day. it's normal to all touch screen mobiles, most important is this mobile are good at all things.
Hi all I own the 620 and I can confirm that with 3g data turned on its battery will not last very long even in standby. BUT, its battery life can be prolonged substantially if you turn on the 'battery saving' mode.
The drawback of this mode is apps like whatsapp will not receive the message from the net automatically. It will only do so when you start the app. I'm happy with my purchase so far.
Nokia has launched the low-end Lumia 620 smartphone in the country. The device will be available in early February with pricing details currently unknown. The smartphone will be available in vibrant colour options of black, cyan, magenta, yellow and white.
The budget Windows Phone 8 offering from Nokia was announced last December with an unsubsidised pricing of $249. The Lumia 620 sports a 3.8-inch TFT WVGA display (800X480) with ClearBlack technology. It features a 5-megapixel rear autofocus shooter capable of 720p video recording and has a VGA front camera on-board as well.
On the inside, the device is powered by a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor with 512MB RAM and has 8GB internal storage with microSD support upto 64GB. Windows Phone users can also make use of the additional 7GB SkyDrive storage.
The smartphone boasts connectivity options like NFC, Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi. It comes with a 1,300mAh battery claiming up to 15 hours of talk time (2G) and many hours of music playback.
As any other Windows Phone 8 device, the Nokia Lumia 620 will feature a Live Tile interface for updates to the Start Screen, PeopleHub and a Me Tile along with other Windows Phone 8 functions.
Nokia is betting big on the Lumia 620's 'dual-shot' technique, which helps in creating new colours and textures for this smartphone. So what this 'dual shot' actually does is cast two layers of polycarbonate, a single base layer and a second colour, in a transparent/ translucent layer, to produce depth effects and secondary colour blends. For example, yellow and cyan are combined to produce a lime green colour.
Other features include Cinemagraph, the exclusive Lumia camera feature that adds motion to still images; City Lens that reveals nearby places when you hold it up to scan your environment and SmartShoot that takes a series of pictures in one click allowing you to choose the best portions of each picture to create the perfect photo.
Apart from launching the Lumia 620, the company has also launched the highly awaited Lumia 920 and 820 smartphones. The Lumia 920 is priced at Rs. 38,199 while the Lumia 820 costs Rs. 27,559. Both smartphones will be available in multiple colours starting January 11, 2013.