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The Windows 8 phone looks sleek and familiar, more akin to Nokia's high-end Lumia 920 than the upper-midrange 820 series. It offers more than the forthcoming 520 and budget 620, but not so much over these latter two that wallet-watchers should lose focus.
In other words, the decent camera, user-friendly interface, and bevy of Nokia-only apps do make the 720 a good choice for budget-seekers, but those looking for the ultimate value should stick with the Lumia 620, or keep their eyes trained on the 520, Nokia's least inexpensive Lumia yet.