Rumour: Nokia Working On Budget Lumia 510 With 4" Screen For Around $150

The Windows Phone handset reportedly features 256 MB RAM and 4 GB of storage; expected to release by year-end.

 

Nokia's budget Windows Phone device, the Lumia 610, wasn't very affordable as compared to its Android counterparts, not finding . Expectedly, this entry-level smartphone didn't find many takers. However, the company seems to have realised its mistake and is apparently taking corrective measures. According to GSMArena.com, Nokia is readying a new phone, called the Lumia 510. The budget handset will be launched in the coming months and priced at around $150 (approx Rs 8000).

The website has also posted a leaked picture of the upcoming handset, sent to it by a reader. From the image, it looks a lot like the Lumia 610, but with a bigger screen. The handset is expected to feature 256 MB RAM, 4 GB of internal storage, and a 4" screen. However, there's no information regarding other important aspects such as the camera and CPU.

Considering that the Lumia 510 is a budget phone, I wouldn't be surprised to see Windows Phone 7.8 instead of the all-new WP8. The device has been speculated to first land in China by the end of this year, followed soon by a worldwide release. If it retails for less than Rs 10,000 in India, would you consider buying it? Sound off in the comments section below.
 

Nokia Lumia 510 pictured, pricing and specs confirmed - GSMArena.com news


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