Nokia's Lumia 620 smartphone

Nokia's Lumia 620 has a 1GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 3.8-inch screen, and Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system. It'll cost $249, and will arrive in January 2013.
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Lumia 620's dual-shot case

The case of the Nokia Lumia 620 is made of two layers: a solid foundation and a transparent one on top. The result of this "dual shot" approach is bright lime-green and orange color choices.
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Lumia 620 11mm thick

The Nokia Lumia 620 isn't the thinnest smartphone around, but it's not the most expensive, either. Its dimensions are 115.4mm tall by 61.1mm wide by 11mm thick.
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Lumia 620: Orange or lime green cases

The Nokia Lumia 620's "dual-shot" case can be popped off if a customer wants a different color look. At left is the orange option; at right, the lime green.
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Lumia 620 5MP camera

The Lumia 620 has a 5-megapixel back-facing camera as well as a front-facing camera for video chat purposes. The rear camera can shoot 720p video at 30 frames per second.
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Multicolor Lumia 620

The Lumia 620 comes in more traditional Nokia Windows smartphone colors like cyan, yellow, and magenta.
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Lumia 620 back cover

The Nokia Lumia 620's back can be removed and replaced with backs of different colors, but the back is more than a simple plastic shell.
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Marko Ahtisaari debutsLumia 620

Marko Ahtisaari, Nokia's executive vice president of design, shows off the Lumia 620 phone at the LeWeb 2012 conference.
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