Nokia’s mid-range device, the Lumia 620 which was supposed to be launched in February 2013 has been delayed and will be launched in March. According to IBNLive, Nokia’s spokesperson said, “The Lumia 620 will definitely be available in the first week of March.” The report also adds that the phone will be available for under Rs 20,000.
Meanwhile in an interview with the Economic Times, Nokia’s senior vice president (India, Middle East & Africa) D Shivakumar has said that the company will lower the prices of its Windows-based Lumia smartphones to make them affordable for consumers in India. You can read the full interview here.
He also admitted that the Asha-series feature plus Web-enabled phones were the principal revenue driver in the region.
Key features of the Lumia 620 include a 3.8-inch LCD display and a 5 megapixel rear camera. The phone, has 1 GHz dual-core processor and will be available in magenta, yellow, cyan, white and black. The device runs Windows Phone 8.