In addition to the Lumia 920, Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia also unveiled a second Windows Phone 8 device during its press event in New York City today, namely the Lumia 820.
Packing a 4.3" ClearBlack display, the new handset comes with a 1.5GHz dual-core S4 processor inside, and with 8GB of internal memory for users to take advantage of, along with a microSD slot to expand it.
The phone packs a 5-megapixel camera on the back, with no PureView capabilities, but with features similar to those available in Lumia 920.
Lumia 820 also comes with exchangeable shells to swap colors, wireless charging, and Ultrasensitive touch, so that people could use it even with gloves on.
As one would have expected, the new device also comes with all the applications and services that Windows Phone 8
handsets from Nokia are bound to include.