Designed for emerging markets, such as India, China, South America and Asia, the entry level smartphone bridges the gap between the Nokia Asha and the top-end Lumia devices currently on sale.
Sporting a 4-inch display with a 800x480 resolution, the latest Lumia weighs only 129 grams. The device itself is powered by a Snapdragon S1 processor with 256MB of RAM and 4GB internal storage. It also includes a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, GPRS/EDGE connectivity designed for developing cellular networks, along with 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity. It also runs the legacy Windows Phone 7.5 platform, and the battery life will keep the smartphone powered for between 27 and 30 days on standby.
Arriving in five colors -- red, yellow, cyan, white and black -- the Lumia 510 costs the equivalent of $199 before local taxes and operator subsidies when it launches in the mentioned markets in November.