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Nokia introduced the Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 at the 2013 MWC, both new mid-range Windows Phone 8 handsets from the carrier. The 520 has a four-inch WVGA display, runs a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4, and has 512 MB of RAM. Like the higher-end Lumia 920, the 520 has a super-sensitive touchscreen, for operation through gloves or other obstacles.

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    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 ...

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    We already got a nice look at the Nokia Lumia 720 and 520 thanks to the press shots that leaked yesterday, and today we can follow that up with a couple new pictures of the pair. That's the Lumia 720 up above, apparently with a Carl Zeiss lens for its main camera, and the Lumia 520 below. There's nothing particularly new to see in this set, besides giving us a better glimpse at all the color options that will be available for each, and seeing the rears of each model from a slightly different angle. Odds are good that we'll hear Nokia formally announce these two at its MWC press event on ...

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    Of all the Nokia Lumia smartphones we're expecting to see at the Mobile World Congress, the 720 and 520 have been the most well-formed. While we have general rumors about other models like a PureView phone or a 920-ish model for Verizon, the 720 and 520 have received pretty comprehensive spec lists, and already appeared in regulatory filings. Today we get our first look at these two models, thanks to a pair of leaked pics. That's the Lumia 520 up above, and the Lumia 720 below. While these are unconfirmed leaks, this source has been quite reliable (most recently with HTC One images), so ...

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    We're coming down to the wire on Nokia's MWC event, with just one week to go until we get to see what's new from the company. Our chance of seeing a tablet may be shot, but there are plenty of rumors about new smartphones that should keep us satisfied. Chances are, not everything we've heard about will make an appearance, but Nokia could still have a good number of new phones to show off. Just how many, though? According to the logs of one ad network serving Windows Phone apps, Nokia seems to have four new models in operation. Two of them are essentially locks: the Lumia 720 and Lumia 520, ...

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    Yesterday, we got to check out some regulatory paperwork that seemed to reveal the presence of two upcoming Nokia Lumia smartphones, the 720 and 520. At the time, the only info we had heard about the specifics of these models is that they'd be Windows Phone 8 devices, and have hardware similar to the 710 and 510. Well, Windows Phone 8 isn't going to agree very well with the 510's meager 256MB of RAM, so clearly some changes would need to take place. Today, we get our first sense of just what those changes may be, with some rumored specs for both models. Supposedly, the Lumia 520 will get a ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Ubuntu phones that may be coming as early as October 2013. Then we move to the LG Optimus G Pro, which seems to be LG's next phablet and also Galaxy Note II twin for a possible MWC launch. Then we talk about new Nokia Lumia models that are probably close. Facebook takes the spotlight next because there seems to be another smartphone in the works under the codename of HTC Myst. We end today's show talking about Samsung's possible new endeavor of launching the Galaxy S IV with Floating Gestures. All this and more after the break. Stories - ...

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