Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-01-10
Updated on:Apr 26, 2015
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Nokia Lumia 820 is a smartphone with Windows Phone v8 operating system and a powerful configuration. This is one of the first smartphones running on Windows 8 OS. It has a good internal expandable memory along with high resolution camera which results sharp images. Nokia Lumia 820 has good connectivity options. It is also featured with wireless device charging, Near Field Communication, Dual LED Flash etc and all this available at a really good price.
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The Lumia 820 has been tucked away behind the shadow of its bigger brother ever since it was revealed, but if any phone represents the Windows Phone 8 vision -- different phones for different people -- it`s this next-generation Lumia. Avoiding the unibody build of the rest of the family, this phone has an outer shell that`s removable and can work with a range of cases: glossy, not-glossy, ruggedized and capable of wireless charging. It`s a nice o...
Nokia\'s focus with Windows Phone 8 might be on its Lumia 920 handset, but the Lumia 820 might be even more appealing but for those looking at smaller and lower-cost options. It’s a promising handset that will be available in several variations on US networks, with near-identical internals but different outer casing designs. With a 4.3-inch ClearBlack display, removable wireless charging shells, microSD storage, and a removable battery — the ...
Pros: Removable covers Wireless charging Good size for one handed use
Cons: Display and resolution Camera can be hit and miss Boring design
The Nokia Lumia 820 isn`t meant as the Finnish firm`s flagship handset - that accolade belongs to the Nokia Lumia 920 - but this colourful Windows Phone 8 smartphone is impressive nonetheless. The Nokia Lumia 820 carries plenty of unique features and costs less than the Lumia 920, making it a tempting offer for anyone considering making the move to Microsoft`s OS. It`s now part of a quintet, with the Nokia Lumia 520, 620 and 720 also joining the ...
Pros: Attractive design, microSD support, Great screen, Powerful camera,
Cons: Poor internal storage, Limited battery life, Windows apps lacking, Impossible to remove the casing,
Verdict: This is a well constructed, colourful handset with some excellent technological features, Windows Phone is maturing nicely, and the 820 has got a really palatable price point to boot. It`s been overshadowed by others in the range, but that doesn`t me...
The Nokia Lumia 820 isn`t the flagship phone of the Nokia Lumia range. It doesn`t have all the headline-hitting features like a "floating" PureView camera sensor, or 4.5-inch screen with PureMotion HD+ technology, but that doesn`t stop it coming with its own array of features to shout about.But visually, and technically, this phone is arguably more interesting than the 920, so we spent some time with one to find out if this is the phone you shoul...
Pros: Removable battery, micro SD card, AMOLED screen, camera, WP8 features
Cons: Battery is a little weak, limited built-in storage
Verdict: Nokia seemed to have been so focused on packing the Nokia Lumia 920 with as much tech as it could, that for us it forgot about what people might actually want from a phone. Here, with the Lumia 820, that`s not the case. The micro SD card slot gives y...
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