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BARCELONA, Spain--Nokia's Lumia 520 is a fairly entry level Windows Phone that will find its way to a number of carriers globally, including a variant for T-Mobile in the U.S., called the Lumia 521.
The Lumia 520 has much more basic features, including a 5-megapixel camera, but no flash, and a smaller 4-inch screen.
Nokia has given its 520 a round back to fit into the curve of the hand. The contrast with the phone's squared face edges makes it less comfortable around the rim.
On the thicker side, the Lumia 520 still retains the signature Lumia button placement for volume, power, and to take a photo.
By the way, you're looking at 8GB in internal storage, 7GB online SkyDrive storage, and support for 64GB through the microSD card.