Lumia 620 is the latest Windows Phone 8-powered smartphone from Nokia, and also the cheapest such device from the company, yet it can still offer a nice range of features that would make it fit even for business users, Nokia claims.With Lumia 620, users can easily access their email accounts while on the go, and can also download and view video documents important for their business. Furthermore, the phone can easily keep them up to date via Live Tiles in the new Start Screen.
However, these are only some of the features that this device arrives on shelves with. A recent post on Nokia Conversations lists 20 reasons for which the smartphone could prove a great option for enterprise users.
For starters, it should be noted that Lumia 620 will be launched with seamless integration with Windows PCs (Microsoft Exchange, Office, Lync and SharePoint).
At the same time, it comes with the mobile version of Microsoft Office, which means that users can enjoy Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and SharePoint even when on the go.
The security capabilities of Lumia 620 and Windows Phone 8 represent another strong point for this device when it comes to selecting it as a business handset.
“It has hardware accelerated encryption, remote locking and wipe, safer web browsing and protection measures to prevent you from downloading malicious applications,” said post explains.
Another appealing feature of the mobile phone is the support for Nokia’s Here mapping service, which also includes features such as Nokia Drive, Nokia Transit and Nokia City Lens.
There is also the Nokia Expert Centre service that enables companies keep the total cost of ownership (TCO) to a minimum.
The communication features of Lumia 620 are also highly appealing. Not only does it come with phone and messaging capabilities, but also with support for apps such as Skype, Viber, WhatsApp and more.
A wide range of other applications are also available for Windows Phone 8 users, including some that would keep them up to date with the latest important news around the world, such as CNN, Bloomberg and LinkedIn.
Lumia 620 also offers collaboration capabilities to its users, enabling them to carry around important documents courtesy of the included 8GB of internal memory (paired with support for 64GB via MicroSD cards and 7GB of SkyDrive storage).
The aforementioned blog post also mentions two other strong selling points of Nokia Lumia 620, namely its appealing design and high-quality materials, which are complemented by an affordable price tag for a Windows Phone 8 device.