Nokia Lumia Hit The Indian Market On 08-Apr

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Earlier Report. Nokia Lumia 520 launched recently is on pre-order on Infibeam. It is one of the most pocket friendly phones of the Lumia Series. It is a beautiful and an eye-catching phone with alluring features. This phone is available on Infibeam for INR 10,499/- with an 8GB Class 4 SanDisk Micro SD card. Don't wait pre-order this now. 

The Nokia 520 has been designed uniquely offering the users beautiful fundamentals making their day to day life better and fun filled. Nokia Lumia 520 is designed especially for the youth and the SNS freaks that look for a mobile with beautiful aesthetics and numerous features enhancing their everyday experience.

It has been fitted with the same 5MP Auto Focus digital camera that was the flagship of Nokia Lumia 920. It has 4 inch super sensitive WVGA touch screen that gives tough competition to other Smartphones in the market.  It is a Windows 8 based Smartphone that enhances the performance of the phone with the Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1 GHz processor seconded by 512 MB RAM. You can connect to the net, browse and download with the help of Wi-Fi and 3G connections. If looking to transfer files or data to other devices then you can do that with the Bluetooth 3.0.

This phone is light in weight and weighs only 124 gms and has dimensions of 119.9 x 64 x 9.9 mm. The all new Nokia Lumia 520 runs on a 1430 mAh battery that gives the users longer talk time and standby time. You can store all your data in the 8GB Micro SD card given free with this phone or you can expand this memory up to 64 GB. What more would one stock than 64GB. Pre-book this phone and get free 8GB Class 4 SanDisk Micro SD card now from

Key Features:-
  • 4-inch Super Sensitive WVGA Touch Screen
  • Windows 8
  • Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1 GHz processor
  • 8GB Mass Memory 
  • 5 MP rear digital camera
  • Wi-Fi, 3G
  • 1420mAH battery

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