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Windows Phone 8, a brilliant camera and tons of apps are just some of the things that make the Lumia 820 such a winner. Add the brilliant Nokia City Lens app and free use of Nokia Music and you've got a smartphone that's hard to beat.
Need a phone that gets you there? Thanks to the brilliant Nokia City Lens, the Lumia 820 has got you covered. Just hold your handset up and it overlays information about the area's shops, restaurants and businesses right there on the screen. Finding points of interest in unfamiliar places really has never been easier.
And if you need a smart soundtrack while you're doing it, this is also the phone for you. Access to Nokia Music is free. That means you can stream music from your favourite artistes, tune into hundreds of music channels and download playlists for those times when there's no reception.
As with all Windows Phones, the Lumia 820 is brilliant for apps and games and features the beautifully designed, easy to use tile-based user interface, which come alive with updates and information.
But because this handset runs the latest version of Windows Phone, it also allows you unprecedented scope to customise the layout with different sized titles. That means you can have all your favourite apps just where you want them and have your handset, your way.
Media is another of the Lumia 820's strong suits. Thanks to its large 4.3-inch ClearBlack display that automatically adjusts to bright conditions, it's unbeatable for watching movies on the move. And it's equally handy for viewing video you've captured on the eight megapixel camera.
Other features of the Lumia 820 include a Carl Zeiss lens, SmartShoot that lets you merge photos to get the best image possible, wireless charging, a dual-core S4 Snapdragon processor, 8GB of internal storage and scope to boost this by up to 32GB by adding a microSD card.
Nok on wood, here comes
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