LAS VEGAS -- The Nokia Lumia 620 has found a home at AT&T's new Aio prepaid brand. Like its unlocked counterpart, Aio's Lumia 620 is an entry-level Windows Phone 8 handset. The 3.8-inch display with a 800x480-pixel resolution (WVGA) has a polarization filter that cuts down on glare.
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Though it has a plastic shell, the handset is sturdier and heavier (4.5 ounces) than you might imagine. A bright color and rounded edge complete the look. The Lumia 620 is 4.5 inches tall and 2.4 inches wide by 0.43-inch deep, which makes it smaller than most smartphones today. Up top is the lens for the 5-megapixel camera.
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On the right spine are the volume rocker, the power/lock control, and the camera shutter.
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Though the Lumia 620 has Bluetooth, you can connect a wired headset through the 3.5mm jack on the phone's top end.
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On the bottom end is the Micro-USB port for charging the Lumia 620 and connecting it to a computer.
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The left spine is completely bare. All you'll find is the shiny plastic skin.
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