Nokia unveiled the Lumia 720 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, alongside its cheaper sibling the Lumia 520.
The device is designed to complete Nokia's current portfolio of devices offering business buyers all the perks of Windows Phone 8, alongside a few of the Nokia innovations seen on the top-end 920, at a mid-range price of £300.
Key innovations include the addition of a Carl Zeiss camera lens, designed to improve the 720 camera's low light performance, and Nokia's custom ClearBlack and Super Sensitive Touch screen technology.
However, as we discuss above, there are some issues with the device, especially given its price when considered against the cheaper Lumia 620 in its range.
For a more in-depth look at the Nokia Lumia 720 check out V3's full written review.
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