Nokia is showing a mid-range Lumia at MWC 2013, Lumia 720?

A little bit disappointed as I’m waiting the rumor of Lumia 1000 or Lumia 1001 become a true story at MWC 2013, but then, a fact is telling us a different tale, the company didn’t bring a Lumia monster into the fight, what we got is only mid-range smartphone – Lumia 720 and Lumia 520, that having a much weaker specs compared to the best innovation smartphone in the world – Nokia Lumia 920 (according to Nokia) or even to Lumia 820.

Nokia Lumia 720 inherits the latest Nokia Lumia experience. See, it carries five bright fun two-tone color options – black, white, cyan, yellow and red, with sexy-thin unibody case in Lumia’s way to fit any styles of yours. Then, the other Lumia’s high-end services and features are also in package – Nokia Music, HERE location service, NFC, and wireless charging.

Despite of a fact that it is a mid-range smartphone and weaker than Lumia 920 or Lumia 820, with a 1GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, 512MB RAM and super sensitive and sunlight readable touch screen, this new smartphone still offers fast performance to explode the power of Windows Phone 8 to its very limit for creating amazing touch experiences on a 4.3-inch ClearBlack Corning Gorilla Glass screen.  More, its 6.7MP AF camera with f/1.9 aperture Carl Zeiss Tessar lens ensures high quality image to take every moment of yours looking great on screen.

In addition, Nokia Lumia 720 also features USB 2.0, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, working on GSM-WCDMA-HSPA+ networks, 8GB built-in storage, a 1.3MP front camera, MicroSD memory card, 7GB free SkyDrive cloud storage, GPS, 720p video recording and so on. Meanwhile, its BP-4GW 2000 mAh battery can support up to 13.5 hours talk time.

Nokia-Lumia-720-red-whiteThe release date and pricing
Dressed in 127.9(W) x 67.5(H) x 9(D) mm with 128g in sleek-slim stylish design, Nokia Lumia 720 smartphone is going to selected market – Hongkong, Vietnam and Singapore in Q1 2013 for EUR 249 or around $324.99 and followed by others after. Unfortunately, the company didn’t mention US market at all. Are you seeing this one right now at MWC 2013?