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March 19, 2013

Nokia Lumia 720 coming to O2

by Ernest Doku

Former British Telecom mobile phone network O2 has confirmed the mid-range Nokia Lumia 720 Windows Phone 8 handset is coming to its network, in April this year.

It has done this by adding it to its Coming Soon page on its website, along with including a pre-registration page - for keeping you in the loop.

O2 is the first network to do this, although it hasn't announced any prices as yet.

Omio believes that it will be available for free, on around the £27 a month contract mark - with unlimited calling and text messages, plus a 1GB data allowance.

Nokia's Lumia 720 was launched at Mobile World Congress last month, along with the budget Lumia 520.

The 720 lacks 4G capabilities, but it does have a 4.3-inch ClearBlack display, a dual-core 1Ghz processor; 512MB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage.

It is the first unibody handset from the company that can accept a microSD card, and up to 64GB of expandability.

There is a 6.7-megapixel camera on-board, with an f1.9 aperture lens - thought to be larger than any found, in phones at this price point.

Omio has also published hands-on pictures of the Lumia 720 captured at MWC, along with a video walkthrough of the mobile phone.

Via: UnwiredView, Omio


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