As Mobile World Congress kicks off in Europe, Nokia is adding to its portfolio with four new devices. Among these, you'll find the company's most affordable Windows Phone 8 smartphone and the company's lowest-priced mobile phone. The Nokia Lumia 720 and Nokia Lumia 520 are the two new devices that will garner most of the attention. These smartphones run on Windows Phone 8. Nokia also announced the 105 and 301 phones, both of which are pretty basic.
The Lumia 720 claims to offer "the best camera experience of any midrange smartphone" with its f/1.9 lens and Carl Zeiss optics. You'll also find a HD-quality wide-angle front-facing camera on this smartphone. The phone also features music, HERE location services, NFC, optional wireless charging, and more. The Lumia 720 will come in five colors.
Nokia's Lumia 520 is the company's most affordable Windows Phone 8 smartphone. It features a four-inch touch display, exchangeable shells, Nokia music and navigation, and the same digital camera lenses found on the company's flagship Lumia 720. T-Mobile has announced that it will carry the Lumia 520 in the United States. Availability and pricing for the Lumia 520 will be shared at a later date.
The Nokia 105 and 301 both offer affordable price tags along with a few extra features. The 105 features an FM radio, flashlight and color screen. The Nokia 301 features the Xpress browser, a 3.2 megapixel camera, Microsoft Exchange capability, and social apps.