most of the time, we do come across situation where we have read deep into a handset’s press release to realize what are the maker’s selling point – if there are any, but not with the Nokia Lumia 720 Windows Phone 8 Cameraphone. the (product) placements of the 720 is blatantly obvious: alluring design and superb camera, at a very competitive price point. sporting a 9m thin unibody design, it is the slimmest Lumia to date has all the design cues that makes the 920 and 820 a pretty boy (you know, rounded edges/corners and curved screen), along with the mandatory bright hues. and there is the Carl Zeiss-equipped 6.7MP BSI main shooter that boast f/1.9 aperture for unparalleled low-light photography. Geotagging comes as standard, and so is HD 720p videoing for the rear camera. powering the sleek Windows 8 OS is a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 chip, supported by a modest 512 RAM and it has 8GB of built-in storage, expandable via a microSD card slot that supports up to 64GB. if that’s not enough, there’s always a 7GB cloud storage at your disposal.

other features include a 4.3″ WVGA TrueColor IPS touch display with 217 ppi packed into it, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, NFC, magnetometer, A-GPS plus GLONASS, Nokia HERE suite, Internet Radio, a f/2.4 aperture front-facing camera and a 2,000 mAH battery good for an impressive 520 hours (that’s 21 days and 16 hours) of 3G standby and 13.4 hours of talk time. wireless charging is an option via a clip-n wireless charging shell for this handset. the Nokia Lumia 720 Windows Phone Cameraphone will rollout in first quarter for Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore, with other markets, including China, Europe, Africa, India and other parts of Asia, in the second quarter. take a few more look in the gallery below, or learn more about Nokia Lumia 720 Windows Phone 8 Cameraphone HERE.

Nokia via TechCrunch

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