Nokia Lumia 620 coming officially to Germany on February 11th

Good news for those in Germany yearning for a Lumia 620 with Windows Phone 8. The low-cost Nokia Lumia will be headed there in just five short days with a non-contract price point of € 269. On contract via Vodafone the phone will fetch for a modest € 9.90. And at least according to the press release, mobilcom debitel will also be fielding the spritely Windows Phone, to give users options.

The Lumia 620 features 3.8” 800x480 ClearBlack display, 1GHz dual-core CPU, NFC, front and rear facing cameras and brightly colored two-toned shells that give the phone some great looks. While not a power player, this phone is priced very low, even off contract, giving Nokia an edge in terms of “bang for your buck” in the Windows Phone play space.

For more information, German users can head to Nokia’s site to read more on the Lumia 620.

Via: WP7app.de

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