Gone are the days when you had to put on a grim look on your face and tell your mates that your Windows smartphone did not support Bluetooth file transfer, and ergo you could not transfer files.
The 620 comes with Bluetooth 3.0, which lets you transfer files with any other smartphone user and connect to wireless headsets.
The most important feature that makes Windows phones different from its other rival platforms is its integration with Facebook and other social networking sites.
The People's hub on the 620 lets you keep track of what your friends are doing.
You can check out what is trending on Twitter and whether you've got mail.
Linking various accounts to the phone is very easy and lets you manage your personal stuff with ease.
If you get bored with the songs on your memory card, you can always turn to Nokia Music. You can download any song from Nokia's huge database, oh and did I mention it is free for one year?
Windows Phone 8 is loaded with many more features. The new look MS Office was also easy to understand. Browsing the internet was smoother with Internet Explorer 10. And then ofcourse, there is the Windows Marketplace and live tiles.
Currently available for Rs 14515, it doesn't look like the 620 carries a hefty price tag.
A mid-range phone, the 620 is apt for anyone who is looking to venture into the Windows Phone platform or looking for a change of operating system.
And for all you Windows Phone fanatics, this one is an affordable and magnificent boon.