By Brandon Miniman | February 25, 2013 8:44 AM
The Lumia 520, announced at MWC, is a Windows Phone 8 device intended for budget-conscious consumers. It’ll be selling for just under $200 in Q1, which makes it the least expensive Lumia you can buy. It’ll be available on T-Mobile as the Lumia 521 starting in the spring/summer. In terms of specs it’s got a 4.0″ WVGA display and a 5MP camera on the rear capable of shooting 720p video. The battery is rather generous for a smaller phone, at 1430mAh. While the Lumia 520 only has 8GB of onboard storage, you can expand the memory with a microSD card. In terms of power, it has what looks to be a single core CPU with 512MB of RAM. While a bit thick, the Lumia 520 will be a good starter phone for those wanting to get try Windows Phone.