Nokia Lumia 510 | about US$199.00 | www.nokia.com
love the Nokia Lumia 920 and 810 but put off by their higher prices? fret not my friends, cos’ the Finnish firm has an answer for you and that’s the new Nokia Lumia 510. marketed as an entry-level smartphone, the 510 is the latest Nokia’s bid to rekindle cost-conscious consumers’ interest in their smartphone line and with that, Nokia indeed took a ‘serious trim’ on the specification this handset with features including a bright 4-inch WVGA TFT capacitive touch display with 800×480 resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 all-in-one mobile processor with a meagre 256MB of RAM, a lone 5.0-megapixel autofocus shooter (surprisingly without LED flash), and a scanty 4GB of onboard storage without memory card slot but compensated by 7GB of SkyDrive storage. details are a bit of scant at this point but what we do know is, it will be loaded with the usual suite of Nokia spices, including Maps, Drive, as well as Transport that the Finnish firm claimed to “offer the most comprehensive smartphone location and navigation experience available.” well, for what it’s worth, this entry-level Windows Phone will at the very least, lead you to where you want to be and of course, keeps you connected but for a phone that’s going to cost around $199, we shouldn’t be complaining at all. available in five hues, including red, yellow, cyan, white and black, the Nokia Lumia 510 will be dropping in this November, beginning with India and China, followed by other Asia-Pacific countries and South America. scroll down for a few larger views – if you are keen.