Nokia has already put their cards on the table as far as the high-end WP8 devices are concerned and come February, they will play their trump card, the Lumia 620, that will make a huge impact on the mid-range market. The phone only recently started selling in Thailand for around 8,250 Baht, which translates to an Indian pricing of Rs15,000. Now considering the HTC 8S is priced at 9,990 Baht (or Rs 18,200), we feel the 620 has a very good chance of launching at Rs16,000. This is roughly 20 percent cheaper than HTC’s mid-range offering, which is the only competitor right now, and is a lot better in terms of onboard storage, screen pixel density and the inclusion of a front facing camera.
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