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Nokia Lumia 520 GoPhone (AT&T)

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  • No annual contract - 4G coverage with data plans starting at $40/month.
  • Meet Cortana, your personal assistant, with the improved Windows Phone 8.1 experience. (This device ships with Windows Phone 8.0, and is eligible for a free "Over the Air" update to 8.1.
  • Snap creative photos with built-in digital lenses and 5MP camera.
  • View video and share images on the 4inch WVGA LCD display.
  • Get all the best apps: Netflix, Instagram, Twitter, OneDrive, Facebook and Uber.
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Battery Life Information not Provided Information not Provided 420 minutes 800 minutes
Display Size 4 inches 4.7 inches 4 inches 4 inches
Operating System Windows Phone Android Windows Phone Windows Phone
Camera Description 5MP 13 13 MP Front Facing/5 MP Rear Facing CameraMP 5 MP 5MP
Item Weight 0.81 pounds 0.36 pounds 0.27 pounds 0.28 pounds
Product Site Launch Date Fri Jul 26 00:00:01 UTC 2013 Wed Oct 01 07:00:01 UTC 2014 Tue Oct 08 07:00:01 UTC 2013 Tue Oct 14 02:52:31 UTC 2014
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 6 inches, 6 inches, 6 inches
  • Weight: 12.96 ounces
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Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 6 inches ; 13 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00E45043A
  • Item model number: Lumia 520
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,923 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Stay connected with this AT&T Nokia Lumia 520 mobile phone, which features 4G speed for rapid data transfer. The color touch screen with 800 x 480 resolution simplifies navigation and offers a clear view of photos, videos, documents, messages and more.

From the Manufacturer

The Lumia 520 ships with Windows Phone 8.0 and is now eligible for a free "Over the Air" (OTA) update to Windows Pone OS 8.1. For best results: Step 1. Your phone notifies you when an update is available for you. You can also check for updates, just tap Settings > Phone Update. Tip! Use a Wi-Fi network to download the update and avoid mobile data transmission costs. Before starting the update, connect to a charger or make sure your phone has enough battery power (at least 50%). You might also need to make enough space on your phone for the update (1.5GB free phone memory is recommended). To check for available free space, go to Settings > storage check (storage sense). Step 2. To view and to install the updates, tap the notification message, and follow the instructions shown on your phone. You can install the update immediately, or postpone the update to a more convenient time. Step 3. The update should take around 15-30 minutes, but a major update could take up to 2 hours to complete depending on your phone model. You are not able to use your phone during the update installation. Follow all the update prompts, and do not worry if your phone restarts several times during the process, that is completely normal. Additional app updates from the Store could be needed to fully enable new features for your phone. You will get the app update notification on the Store app shortly after the software update

From the Manufacturer

Nokia Lumia 520

The more fun smartphone

A more personal experience

With Windows Phone 8, you can pin playlists, HERE routes, Web pages, and documents directly to the Start screen as Live Tiles to access your favorite things quickly. Add apps to your Live Tiles and resize them to suit your tastes. Microsoft Office is also built into your phone and easily synced with your laptop.

Impressive features

The Nokia Lumia 520 GoPhone gives you experiences available only on a Lumia in a fun, affordable package. Innovations include the Windows Phone 8 operating system, a superior camera, and a super-sensitive 4 inch touchscreen that you can use even with long fingernails or gloves.

Capture and relive great moments

Create breathtaking images with Nokia digital camera lenses. Add motion to your pictures with Cinemagraph. Create a perfect group shot with Smart Shoot. Capture super-wide-angled pictures to take in more of the scene

Windows Phone features

Introducing Windows Phone 8.1. See all of your chats, social updates and settings in the all-new Action Center. Personalize your start screen with your own background photo and watch your Live Tiles come to life in real-time. And the Word Flow keyboard anticipates every word you write, speeding up your conversations with friends.

MixRadio. The tunes you love, for free.

MixRadio fills your day with free music. Choose from over 150 mixes or generate your own playlists. Take your favorite mixes offline and listen when you’re not connected. Share them with friends through your social networks, email or via SMS. (Data transfer charges may apply. Check with your provider.)

Super-sensitive screen. Keep the gloves on.

The 4-inch touchscreen on the Nokia Lumia 520 is so sensitive that you can even use it when wearing gloves or with your fingernails. So typing, chatting and surfing are easier and more convenient than ever.

Free HERE Maps. Destinations uncovered.

Discover hidden gems. Just type in your destination and HERE Maps will get you there quickly. If you’re driving, HERE Drive gives you turn by turn directions. And if you need to get across town on public transport, HERE Transit plots your quickest route, including departure times and walking distances. (HERE Drive on the Lumia 521 offers free drive navigation for a single country or region. Additional service upgrade can be purchased through the app.)

Exclusive digital lenses. Add magic to your photos.

The Nokia Lumia 520 comes with digital lenses built in – exclusive to Nokia and guaranteed to wow your friends. Add motion to your images with Cinemagraph. Take multiple photos with a single click using Smart Shoot, and edit effortlessly to make the perfect shot.

Intuitive Touch Screen Interfa

Full touch-screen display and Widget tool bar keep your favorites close at hand.

HTML browser

Access full HTML-based Web sites and services so you can surf, search, and shop on the Internet.

GPS Receiver

GPS-enabled for use with maps, search, and other location-aware services.

Windows Phone 8

The smartphone reinvented around you.

Battery** Maximum talk time (2G): 17.4 h; (3G:9.7h) Maximum Wi-Fi network browsing time: 7.3 h Replaceable battery: Yes
Memory RAM: 512 MB Maximum memory card size: 64 GB Free cloud storage***: 18 GB
Main camera Main camera: 5.0 MP Camera digital zoom: 4 x Camera features: Active toolbar, Auto and manual exposure, Auto and manual white balance, Automatic photo upload to web services, Full resolution photo and video upload, Full screen viewfinder, Geotagging, Landscape orientation, Touch focus
Video recording Main camera video resolution: 720p (HD, 1280 x 720) Camera video zoom: 4 x Video recording features: Video zoom, Continuous autofocus, Lumia Video Trimmer app
Disclaimers *AC-16U (only for Cricket Wireless) **Talk, standby and playback times are estimates only. Actual times are affected by, for example, network conditions, device settings, features being used, battery condition, and temperature. *** 15 GB + 3 GB for backing up camera roll on OneDrive for new users

Customer Reviews

No front camera.
MWebb
What a great deal on a great phone...I'm loving it.
Ms. Malevolent
You can download GPS maps for offline use.
Nic

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,019 of 1,072 people found the following review helpful By Nic on July 29, 2013
Given the MSRP for this phone, you have to set some expectations. But then you realize it doesn't carry a 2-year agreement. You can use this phone out of the box on an AT&T Prepaid (GoPhone) line or on AT&T postpaid (contract) plans. It comes with a Micro SIM card and GoPhone activation kit in the box.

It performs great! I've owned a Lumia 920, HTC 8x, Lumia 822, and a few older WP7 devices. This, just like any other Windows Phone, feels smooth and fluid throughout. Sometimes when a larger operation (filtering a photo, opening a big app) takes place, you will notice a "Resuming..." screen for a split second. Otherwise, it's every bit as smooth as any other Windows Phone. You can't really say that about an Android device at this price point.

Pros

1) Price! This phone can be used as a daily driver, backup phone, "I dropped my other phone in the toilet and I'm not due for an upgrade" phone, or even just a device you use with WiFi only.
2) The software library for Windows Phone is getting there. It still doesn't have Instagram, but it has everything else you could really want.
3) Comcast Xfinity remote lets me control my TV/DVR with this thing. It's like I got an amazing touch screen smart remote for free.
4) First-party Xbox apps. Xbox Smartglass lets you use this as a makeshift Xbox 360 controller. Xbox Live lets you keep track of anything like achievements, recently played, your avatar, etc.
5) Nokia Music lets you stream lots of music. FOR FREE!
6) Nokia HERE (Maps, Drive) are awesome! You can download GPS maps for offline use. Use it in the car for turn-by-turn directions, or use it while you're out and about for mapping. If this was the only feature this device had, it would be worth the MSRP!
7) You can swap the cover!
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388 of 413 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 11, 2013
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I had an iPhone 5 a year ago and then it got stolen. I can't afford to buy another iPhone because it is off contract with AT&T and even the iPhone 4s would cost me over $350 off contract. I've been curious about Windows Phone 8 and thought this would be a good way to try it out. It is a Go Phone ( marketed for prepaid plans), but if you already have an AT&T post paid phone plan, simply swap in your own SIM card and it will work right out of the box with your current phone number and plan (If you have a larger SIM card you can buy a SIM cutter for under $5 and it should work fine).

I purchased this Nokia Lumia 520 phone from Amazon in mid-august 2013 (about 8 weeks ago). Anyways, I figured that for $100, I could try out WP8 operating system and if I didn't like it it would be not much of a risk or loss to me. So far, I have been really, really happy with it. It is pretty much equivalent in performance and specs to the iPhone 4s. With the Lumia 520, you lose the front camera and flash of the iPhone 4s, but you get a bigger 4-inch screen and bigger battery. The 520 only comes with 8 GB of storage, but I added a 16 GB SD card for a total of 24 gigabytes, which is more than enough for my purposes. Including the SD card, the total phone cost $115 (w/ free amazon prime shipping). I'd be satisfied with this phone if I paid $200 for it, but at $115 - I'm very happy indeed.

The only shortcoming I can think of is there are not as many Windows Phone apps as there are for Android or Apple iOS, but I will not take any stars off of the phone because that is not an issue with the phone and there are more WP apps coming every day. If this was my first smartphone, there would be no complaints whatsoever.
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157 of 170 people found the following review helpful By MDMac on September 20, 2013
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I’ve been waiting for a phone like this for a long time – that is, a reasonably-priced, no-contract device that does not have to apologize on quality, performance, or style. I’m no technophobe (I work in an IT related field) but I’ll admit it, I’m a cheapskate. I’m not interested in putting a large amount of my paycheck towards a fancy phone or unlimited-everything contract. By managing my phone use and relying on wi-fi as much as possible, I can get all the calls, texts and cellular data I need for 10 bucks a month. The problem is, there hasn’t been a good selection of phones that give me the performance I want, at the price I’m willing to pay. That’s where the Nokia 520 comes in! I give it 5 stars not because it’s necessarily a perfect phone or OS, but because the value here is incredible. I can see why this is being snapped up all over the world. A lot of reviewers have commented that it’s a good “starter” smartphone, which it may be, but the only thing “starter” about it is the price. Sure, it doesn’t have the specs of a flagship phone and won’t appeal to everyone, but in my estimation it’s a very good phone that should be fine for most average users.

After using the phone for a month, here’s a few specific thoughts:

- I haven’t experienced any lagging, freezing, or need for restart – something that cannot be said for my previous phone which cost over twice as much.
- I like the feel and responsiveness of the phone hardware. I have used other Nokias in the past and they have all been solid as a rock hardware-wise. I hope this does as well.
- About the battery, with wi-fi discovery turned off and screen brightness set to auto, I typically have about one-half of the battery left at the end of the day.
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