Lumia 620 launching in Sweden, available in stores from March 21st

Lumia 620

Nokia has announced that the Lumia 620 will be launching in Sweden and available from stores starting March 21st. The cheap and cheerful Windows Phone will be stocked in black, yellow and lime green (availability will vary between retailers and operators). The Lumia 620 is expected to be priced at 2500 SEK ($390).

We previously looked at the Windows Phone launching in India. To quickly recap on the Lumia 620, we're looking at a 3.8-inch 800x480 display, dual-core 1GHz S4 processor, 512MB of RAM, NFC, Wi-Fi, Front-facing camera and ClearBlack display. It's a cheap and cheerful Winows Phone 8 device.

Source: Nokia; thanks, aimuatrang, for the tip!


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Lumia 620 launching in Sweden, available in stores from March 21st


King Nokia.
I'm glad that availability is now starting not to be a problem.
The only hold back is if the supply and manufacturing meets demands.

i wonder why is it so expensive in sweden .... where i live"Jordan" the Lumia 620 is 250$ ... and that includes taxes and VAT's ...

Because usually when products get localized here, they take the price in dollars and put a zero behind it, giving no regard to the actual exchange rate...

With T-Mobile going to a modle that is more in line with those found across the globe, I hope phones like these find there way to the US.