Lumia 520 back in stock at Jingdong store in China. Lumia 620 priced lower than Lumia 520 at TMall and Jingdong!!

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First one good news!! After getting sold out for 3 times in a row, Lumia 520 is back in stock at official Jingdong Mall in China. As we have earlier informed it has gathered highest user reviews (by any Lumia) so it certainly is enjoying good demand. Let us see for how many days does this stock last.

Lumia 520 link

Thanks andy for the Tip!!

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Now one surprising news!! Lumia 620 which arguably is the better device than Lumia 520 with better display, FFC and camera with flash is now selling for lower price than that of Lumia 520 at both TMall and Jingdong store. As seen in the above screenshot it is going for only Yuan 1278 as compare to Yuan 1299 for Lumia 520 at Tmall. Still, Lumia 520 is selling much better than Lumia 620 as of now. None can read the customer’s mind really:).

TMall link

JD Link

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4 comments

  1. Pingback: Yellow Lumia 520 sold out yet again on Jingdong store in China. Nokia must scale-up the production? | Nokiapoweruser

  2. Wake up NOK, hear your investors & go bigger!!!

  3. sri_tech

    The reason why 520 selling well is the big screen.
    In India also 620 is not as popular as 520 or 720. Because 520 and 720 has bigger displays.

    Nokia should have made 620 a 4 inch device.

    • I think it is more of a market preference as well (for size). Lumia 620 has been very popular in markets like Germany, India. Even now at “Homeshop18” it is selling more than 520 in India.

      Point is, as there is not much difference between 3.8 to 4 inch in display size, for some 620 is like a full-experience phone with higher PPI, CBD display and other goodies. That said, you are right and even I was wondering, why Nokia has to make it 3.8 inch while the trend is for bigger size in the market.

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