Nokia Lumia 620 (HAAC mic) audio recording sample: Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton cover) by DMIX band.

You might be aware Lumia 620 has got same HAAC microphones which do their magic on 808 PureView and Lumia 920. Yup, even Lumia 620 is capable of recording those “Music concerts” and Gigs with amazing quality audio reproduction. These HAAC microphones can record up to 140 Decibel of sound without any audible distortion, while other competitor’s flagships don’t go beyond 110 DB. Wanna read more, click here.

Now, @easycapexpertti, who has most amazing collection of audio samples recorded with HAAC microphones found on 808 PureView and Lumia smartphones has tipped us with audio recording sample captured with Lumia 620. The title is Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton cover) by DMIX band. Lumia 620 is most affordable Nokia smartphone to feature HAAC microphones.

I decided to test the music sound recording on my Lumia 620 knowing that it has HAAC microphone that can record up to 140dB with distortion free. Sorry for shaky, low light video. Credit to “DMIX” band. Singer cum Band Leader: Hashim/Liza Keyboard: Aswandi Drummer: Jeynal Bass: Jeman Lead Guitar: Syahzari Backup Singer: Bob Song Title: Wonderful Tonight by

shah rizan

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Blogging is my major hobby. Huge Nokia fan and have been using mostly Nokia phones since my first one. Hope you have a great reading time on this blog!! Be in touch @nokiapoweruser on Twitter.

3 comments

  1. Jay

    Very nice sound quality. I think the lead guitar needs to be tuned a bit sharper though.

  2. Pingback: AllPhoneNews Nokia Lumia 620 (HAAC mic) audio recording sample: Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton cover) by DMIX… | AllPhoneNews

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