Nokia have just announced a new addition to their range of Lumia handsets – the Lumia 620.
As with the Lumia 610 the new 620 is an entry level device clearly aimed at the younger market.
Coming in a range of seven (yes 7) different colours, the entry level handset has a 3.8″ clear black display, has NFC onboard and interchangable shells.
Announced at LeWeb in Paris, the device is powered by a Snapdragon processor and has a 5mp rear camera, the screen is an 800×480 pixel offering.
The battery is 1300mAh with a quoted standby time of 330 hours. There is 512mb RAM and 8GB onboard storage with a MicroSD card slot that supports cards of up to 64GB.
As with all new Nokia smartphones, the 620 is powered by Windows Phone 8 however does not come with wireless charging unlike its siblings the Lumia 820 and 920.
The Lumia 620 will be available from q1 2013 although UK pricing is not yet known.
More information can be found on the official Nokia site.