Nokia Lumia 820 review from Phones 4u. The Nokia Lumia 820 is the latest Microsoft-powered handset to emerge from the Finnish firm’s stable, boasting a whole host of new features including Xbox Music and a Live Tiles interface that is even more customisable, closely aligning the mobile platform with its Windows 8 desktop counterpart.
Alongside existing features such as SkyDrive cloud storage, the Lumia 820 boasts an improved camera complete with a host of apps making it a multimedia lover’s dream. The clever smartphone also has the looks to go with its brains featuring a splash of bright colour in the form of removable rear covers.
Internet Explorer 10 also arrives to give browsing capabilities a shot in the arm, whilst an expansive 4.3-inch AMOLED display and an internal storage boosting microSD slot mean you can indulge in pure multimedia heaven. And as if that wasn’t enough, a powerful 1.5GHz dual-core processor will handle everything with aplomb and wireless charging will keep the Lumia 820 juiced up to the max.
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