Gallery: Nokia Lumia 720
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In this gallery, we kick off our review coverage of the Nokia Lumia 720 by offering a photo (gallery) and video (unboxing and introduction) tour of Nokia's mid-range Windows Phone 8 device. The latest addition to the Lumia line up, which is now on sale around the world, can be viewed as the successor to the Lumia 710. In our recent video comparison of Nokia's current Lumia portfolio we rated it as the best all round device.
The Nokia Lumia 720 is based on the lower specification Windows Phone 8 hardware family (dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor running at 1GHz and 512MB RAM), and is described as being "engineered for non-LTE markets". These are the two big differences, specification wise from the Lumia 820).
The 4.3 inch LCD screen is WVGA resolution (480x800), with Nokia's ClearBlack display branding, readability enhancements (superior outside visibility), and Super Sensitive Touch (for nail and glove use) and is protected 2.25 D Gorilla Glass 2.0. There's 8GB of internal memory, with the option to add more via a microSD card slot (sizes up to 64GB supported).
The devices in these pictures are of a retail version of the Nokia Lumia 720 (UK SIM-free variant).