Nokia is reportedly working on a Windows Phone 7.5-powered low-end smartphone, dubbed Lumia 510.
While Nokia revealed no official comment regards the device’s existence, what it looks like — today — it’s been captured in the wild [images shown above].
The Nokia Lumia 510 is rumored to feature 4-inch display, 5MP shooter, and of course Windows Phone 7.5 (or 7.8?) OS — considering the Lumia-series. Rumored to be powered by a silly 800MHz MSM7227A processor coupled by 256MB of RAM, the phone still might be praised for its 4GB of on-board storage.
Moreover, with the measurement of 120.7 x 64.9 x 11.51 (mm), and weighs at 129g, it will be very affordable handset in Lumia-lineup and will retail for $150 (circa Rs. 7,900) — which should be for unlocked one. No words on release date, but rumor it has that it could debut in time for the holidays and should see a global release in 2013. Make sure to check back often with Techsnapr for additional details.
Meanwhile, head over to the hands-on footage of the device below.
Source – Rafael Rosales (YOUTUBE)