If like plenty of us you fell in love with the budget-busting Nokia Lumia 510 but found yourself living almost as far away from its Indian confines as largely possible, today brings good new – the Lumia 510 has been confirmed as steaming its way to the UK market in the very near future.
While no word has yet been uttered as to the carriers lucky enough to get their hands on the pocket-rocket or indeed how much they’ll be charging for the honor, Nokia has officially confirmed that the 510 will be making its way to another of the world’s most important and influential markets.
Upon its launch, the Nokia Lumia 510 carried a $200 price-tag, which for those looking to save a packet on high-end Smartphone fees will deliver a decent 4-inch display powered by a somewhat past-generation 800MHz CPU. The 510 previously appeared on the Phones 4U website prior to being announced in an official capacity, therefore the news comes as little shock to most.
Meanwhile, the also admirably-priced Nokia Lumia 620 has also been granted its official release date by the Finnish group, which it turns out will be next week on January 30th. The Lumia 630 was first revealed to the world in a theoretical sense back in December of last year, when we learned it would be serving up a 1GHz dual-core processor, a 3.8-inch touchscreen, 512MB RAM, NFC, a 5-megapixel rear camera and that all-important Windows Phone 8 OS at the helm.
And like most of the more popular Nokia’s making waves the world over right now, the Lumia 620 will be on offer in six different color variants including black, white, magenta, yellow, orange and lime green.