By Vamien McKalin | Apr 12, 2013 02:16 PM EDT
The Lumia 720 with Windows Phone 8 on the inside is one of Nokia's latest devices. It first came to our attention at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona in February. The handset is a mid-level Windows Phone with some high-end features.
Currently, Nokia is busy launching the device around the world, and two of the first countries to get the Lumia 720 are Russia and India.
In Russia, the Lumia 720 is on sale via Svyaznoy for 14,990 rubles, that's approximately $485. If you're interested, note that the device is only available for purchase online so don't hurry off to the store just yet. Furthermore, potential users can pre-order the handset through Nokia's official online store, and according to WinPhoneLive, you can place an order and be called later to confirm payment and delivery.
The device is available in multiple colors: white, yellow, black and red, and will be delivered to most Russian cities.
India is the next stop for the Lumia 720, as it is currently up for pre-order at Flipkart for 18,500 INR, approximately $340. Flipkart is generously throwing in a 16GB memory card; however, this offer ends on April 24, so you might want to hurry before the date arrives or before stocks are empty.
Nokia Lumia 720 specs:
Display and User Interface
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