Nokia announces Lumia 510
After the success of Lumia 610, Nokia has announced the next phone in the range, Lumia 510. Nokia plans to offer this new smartphone at a low price point compared to the other models in the market. Like all phones in the Lumia range, Lumia 510 will also run on Windows operating system (Windows 7.5) and has a 4-inch display which adds to its special features along with the 5MP camera.
“With the Nokia Lumia 510 we continue to meet our commitment to bring Windows Phone to new, lower price points,” said Jo Harlow, Nokia Smart Devices. “People who use Windows Phone quickly realize how much more intuitive it is than other smartphone platforms, and Nokia Lumia is the best embodiment of the Windows Phone experience. With the Nokia Lumia 510 we’re looking forward to welcoming more people into the Windows Phone experience.”
Lumia 510 comes in five colors (red, yellow, cyan, white and black) and this can make people choose a very personal phone for them depending on their choice. The phone also makes Windows operating available to people at a low price. People will be able to enjoy a completely new platform apart from android and iOS at a much better bargain.
This smartphone features Snapdragon S1 processor and a mass memory of 4GB which means you can’t extend the device’s memory. One will also get 7 GB free Skydrive storage along with each purchase. Talk time ranges around 8.4 hours for GSM and 6.2 hours for WCDMA whereas standby s around 653 hours for GSM and 738 hours for WCDMA. Nokia also offers 38 hours of music playback.
With this new smartphone, Nokia will be hoping to pass on the Windows operating system to as many hands as possible. With a low price (around USD 199), there is quite a chance that people might show some interest in changing the look inside their phone to something new and different from other operating systems.