The Lumia 520
The 520 is the starting point for lumias. This entry-Level phone can be found from rs.20,000 to 27,000 depending on where you look. It’s basically a trimmed down Lumia 720 runs a decent, but fairly garden-variety 4-inch screen. It comes with a 5 megapixel shooter and scratch-resistant glass – note that I don’t say gorilla. There not front camera and the phone is decidedly fat. For twenty thousand rupees, it’s well worth it, but at the upper end of that spectrum? Not so much.
The Lumia 620
The 620 isn’t statistically much different from a 520. To a near-identical specsheet it adds a Clear Black Display, a front facing camera, NFC and a colored border. These features will cost you anywhere between 25,000 and 39,000 rupees. Honestly, this phone is too similar to the 520 to be an upgrade.
The Lumia 625
The 625 picks up where the 620 left off. It expands the screen to 4.7 inches, cuts down on the bezels and throws in 4G-all on budget. Unfortunately, it runs into some serious comprises on the way, one of them being a very low-resolution screen that doesn’t quit live up to the rest of the Lumia line up. The upside of the large body is that it also packs a large battery that lasts considerably longer than the 520 or the 620. The 625 ranges from between 35,000 and 43,000 rupees.
The Lumia 720
The Lumia 720 pays some serious attention to the midrange. the borders are a bit larger than what we’ve gotten used to, especially for a 4.3 inch screen. It’s been known to run a staggering two and a half days with an hour of call, one hour of video and one hour of browsing every day. In real life terms, don’t worry about your battery dying in the bus. The good thing about the 720? when you take the wide price difference into account (Rs 33,500 to Rs 53,000 at the time of writing), the 720 becomes an incredibly sweet deal.