We’ll have to hand it to Nokia. The company knows well how to create a huge buzz for its products and then kill it by not releasing them on time. After the Lumia 920 and 820 got delayed in India by over two months it is the Lumia 620 this time that is undergoing the same treatment. After launching the phone back in January, it is still unavailable in the country. Initially the handset was supposed to be available by the end of January. The release then got postponed to mid February, only to be pushed back further.
But sources at Gizbot have confirmed that the phone might be available online beginning 28 February. The same source also confirmed that the phone will be available on the retail shelves in the first week of March. Also the phone has been listed on Saholic and the retailer has notified that it would be available from February 28.
The handset was launched in Indonesia last week for a price IDR 2,849,000 (approx. Rs. 15,800) and in Germany for EUR 269. We expect the phone to be priced close to that price range.