Chandrakant 'CK' Isi
01st Nov, 2012
Last week, Nokia announced the availability of its most affordable Windows Phone device, the Lumia 510, in India. The company hasn't officially released the handset yet, but online stores have started retailing it for Rs 10,000. This is good news for WP fans who don't want to cross the Rs 10,000 mark. Nokia's offline voice navigation service, Drive, should also attract some buyers. For those who joined in late, here is the complete specifications sheet of the Lumia 510:
- 4" capacitive LCD touchscreen with pixel dimensions of 480x800 pixels.
- 5 mp auto-focus camera, Video recording in VGA resolution at 30 fps.
- Camera Features: Touch focus, Landscape orientation, Auto and manual exposure, Geo-tagging, Auto and manual white balance, Face recognition, Full screen viewfinder, Centre-weighted auto exposure.
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS (comes with Nokia Maps and Drive).
- Snapdragon S1 chipset, 256 MB of RAM.
- Micro-USB port, 3.5 mm audio jack.
- 4 GB internal storage, 7 GB of SkyDrive online storage, No microSD card slot.
- Windows Phone 7.5, Microsoft Office Mobile, IE9 Mobile.
- 4.7" (l) x 2.6 (w) x 0.5" (11.5 mm) (d), 129 grams.
- 1300 mAh battery, 738 hours of standby (653 on 3G), 6 hours of talk time (8 hours on 3G), 38 hours of music playback.
- FM radio, Accelerometer.
- Available Colours: Red, Yellow, Cyan, White, Black.
- Package Contents: BP-3L Battery, CA-190CD Data cable, Information booklet.