Nokia Lumia 510 Windows Phone 7.8 device makes unexpected appearance In China
September 22, 2012 at 12:18 GMT | By John Williams
Details have emerged of a new Nokia Lumia smartphone which is headed to China, the Nokia Lumia 510, which will come with Windows Phone 7.8 and is designed to be an entry level Windows Phone smartphone. A few weeks ago word got out about Nokia's supposedly upcoming successor to the Lumia 610 - at which point we never believed to be true and didn't cover as a result.
According to a user on Baidu Forums, the Nokia Lumia 510 - codenamed Glory - will come with a 4-inch LCD 480x800 display and will feature an 800MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, a decent 5 megapixel shooter and supports the GSM/WCDMA/HSPA networks. The Lumia 510 is expected to launch running Windows Phone 7.8. The updated OS will bring with it some of the features found in Windows Phone 8.
Microsoft and Windows Phone OEMs are expected to continue selling Windows Phone 7.8 devices along with the Windows Phone 8 devices. These WP7.8 devices will be used for the lowest-end devices by manufacturers, until Windows Phone 8 can be fine-tuned to work on these low-spec devices. The Nokia Lumia 510 might launch as early as the holiday seasons, with broader availability in early 2013.
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