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The Nokia Lumia 720 is a smartphone produced and created by Nokia. The Lumia 720 uses the Windows Phone 8 operating system. It was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2013.
The particularity of the Lumia 720 is its upgradeable features thanks to interchangeable rear cases. The user can, if they like, add several functions to the phone (like wireless charging for example) by simply replacing the rear panel. The 720 is only 9mm thick, making it (at the time of its release in April 2013) one of the thinnest Nokia phones.
It's equipped with a 4.3 inch screen with WVGA resolution (800 x 480 pixel definition), a Double-Core Qualcomm SnapDragon S4 processor running at 1 GHz, 512 MB of live memory (RAM), 8 GB of internal memory, a 6.7 megapixel sensor equipped with technology from Carl Zeiss, placing it on the same level as its elder brother the Lumia 620.
The Lumia 720 features curved and rounded edges, as well as a polycarbonate casing. Three dots (connectors) are visible on the back of the phone, allowing wireless battery charging.
The MicroSD port is on the side of the phone, in the form of a removable tray (requiring an extraction tool).
It's available in 5 colours: Red, White, Blue, Yellow and Black. The three buttons on the right side of the phone (volume, power, and camera) as well as the front camera lens being placed at the top right, allow for easy identification of this model.
You can also identify this model by entering the "Settings" menu and going to "About", so you can find the model number. This can only be done if the phone can turn on.