Nokia has unveiled its newest and most affordable Windows Phone 8 (WP8) handset – the Lumia 620 – which will go on sale for approximately $249 (£155).
The Finnish manufacturer now has a range of devices toting the latest Microsoft firmware, including the mid-range Lumia 820 and high-end Lumia 920.
As with the other two WP8 mobile phones, the 620 will be available in a variety of bright colours, which match the vibrancy of the operating system interface.
A five-megapixel camera will feature on the reverse, and there will also be a front-facing snapper which makes video calls more convenient.
Buyers will be able to store apps, music, video and image files using 8 GB of internal storage, and the Micro SD card slot facilitates a memory expansion of up to 64 GB.
The handset also has Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities, meaning users could make contactless payments and share contact information wirelessly.
Posted by Simon Thomas