Nokia Lumia 720 hits the US market
Nokia Lumia 720, announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week, will soon be available to the mobile fans in the United States. This was hinted to us from the FCC, where the phone has passed through. The device hasn’t been announced to come to the USA, but several other markets are eagerly waiting to get it. It is logical, however, that Nokia will release the device in USA as the market there is one of the most important worldwide – imported phones just doesn’t make sense.
According to FCE, Nokia Lumia 720 is not coming with LTE in America, but HSPA+ is supported through the network of AT&T. This statement obviously hints that the device is coming soon. For those who don’t remember, Lumia 720 comes with 4.3 IPS display, 6.7MP camera, Snapdragon S4 processor, 2000mAh battery, 512MB operative memory, 8GB storage capacity and microSD support up to 64GB. Windows Phone 8 is on board, too.
Some retailers in UK are already offering pre-order of the device. According to them, Nokia Lumia 720 will be priced at £249.99 and will be available from April 1. The release schedule says that the phone will hit the markets in Vietnam, Hong Kong and Singapore in March and Europe, China, other parts of Asia, Africa and India will get it in the second quarter of 2013. The device is really worh considering. You can see a hands-on video below.