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And Windows performance really stands out in this budget end of the market, against landfill Android – it’s not only far faster than the competition but it also feels far more assured and reliable; WP8 is the more deterministic system.
Now the 520 takes the SIM-free price down to a quite ridiculous £99.
Few Nokia handsets in recent years have been quite as warmly received as the 620 – the wee, playful handset seems to inspire genuine affection. The 520 is a little larger than the 620 with a 4-inch display, and ten per cent more battery juice (1430m AH).
Neither the 620 nor 520 feature Gorilla Glass™ and I found both became mucky quite quickly, suggesting the oil-repellent (oleophobic) coating is missing too.
Nonetheless, the screen stood up well in bright British daylight, and the curious brightness lag introduced in the Portico update has now been resolved.