Nokia Launches Lumia 510, Entry-level Windows Phone - Quick Facts

Nokia (NOK) introduced the Lumia 510, the company's windows-based, entry-level smartphone. Nokia estimates the retail price for the Nokia Lumia 510 to be around US$199, excluding taxes and subsidies. Sales are planned to begin in November 2012, starting with India and China, and followed closely by other Asia-Pacific countries and South America.

The product features a bright, 4-inch display with WVGA 800x480
TFT Capacitive Touch Screen, and a 5MP Autofocus camera. The product's specifications include 256 MB RAM; and a Snapdragon S1 processor. It offers 4GB mass memory and 7GB free SkyDrive storage. Lumia 510 does not have a memory card slot.

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