Nokia has just launched another Lumia to watch out for, but unlike the last two, this oneâ€™s geared more towards those looking for budget-friendly Windows Phones.
The Nokia Lumia 510 is touted to be their most affordable Lumia to date, but that doesnâ€™t mean this oneâ€™s their smallest one to date too. In fact, this oneâ€™s their biggest entry-level Lumia so far.
This Nokia Lumia 710 look-alike features a generously sized 4-inch (800×480) touchscreen, with a Snapdragon S1 processor (speed yet to be known), 256MB RAM, a 5-megapixel AF camera, 4GB of onboard storage, your usual array of wireless connectivity (WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1) and GPS, all chugging under the hood. In addition to the 256MB RAM sour point, this new Lumia also doesnâ€™t support 3G connectivity.
But at its price, $199 or roughly a little over Php8K, Iâ€™m sure many are willing to overlook those shortcomings.
The Nokia Lumia 510 is expected to hit Asian markets this Novembers, the Philippines most likely being one of them.
Full announcement here.
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