Nokia Lumia 720: a 4.3-inch display mid-range Windows Phone with 6.7 MP camera
Nokia just announced the mid-range Windows Phone 8 running Lumia 720 smartphone. The device sports a 4.3-inch WVGA resolution (800×480 pixels) display and runs on 1.0GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor. It’s also equipped with 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage, microSD slot, 6.7 MP rear camera with f/1.9 aperture and a front-facing 1.3 MP HD camera with wide-angle lens.
Nokia claims that the Nokia Lumia 720 delivers a high-end camera performance at a mid-range price point, though it isn’t labeling this phone as PureView enabled. The phone is meant to fill in the gap between the Lumia 620 and Lumia 820.
A large f/1.9 aperture and exclusive Carl Zeiss optics are designed to deliver bright, clear pictures day and night, while the HD-quality, wide-angle front-facing camera makes taking pictures with friends and video calling more enjoyable. The sleek and stylish smartphone comes with the latest high-end Nokia Lumia experiences, including Nokia Music, the HERE location suite, and the option to add wireless charging with a snap-on wireless charging cover.
The Nokia Lumia 720 will be available in five colors, with an estimated starting price of EUR 249 (~Rs. 17,781/-) before taxes and subsidies. The colours available are Red, yellow, cyan, black and white. All of the variants will ship in matte finish, except for the white version will be available as a glossy variant. The phone will be released in a phased manner starting with Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore in Q1 2013, before continuing into other emerging markets in Q2 2013, including China as well as key markets in Europe, Asia, Africa and India.
Salman Ravoof is a freelance writer, a mechanical engineer and an avid science and technology enthusiast. He likes creativity and is a great fan of fantasy and sci-fi genre. When not busy, he revels in experimenting and spends most of his time pondering about the existence of reality.
25 February, 2013