Last month Nokia announced a new Windows Phone to compliment their advanced line-up - the Lumia 510. The handset is to target developing countries and more competitive markets where feature phones and smartphone conversions are more prominent. WPBOX managed to receive the Lumia 510 and have since published a short video of the product.
In the above video we can see Ashish looking at the Lumia 510, including the design, specifications and the overall feel of Windows Phone 7.5 running on the device. Said specifications include a 4-inch WVGA 800x480 screen, 1300 mAh battery, 5MP camera, 256MB RAM, and 4GB storage.
Building on the success of the Lumia 610, which the Lumia 510 borrows features from, Nokia will be continuing to push Windows Phone in emerging markets where levels of success have been witnessed with the 610.
WPDang also got their hands on the Lumia 510, but weren't excessively impressed with the lacking of anything new, but did note it's a Windows Phone that's well worth the price.
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