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Nokia Lumia 610 pictures and details emerge

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Nokia Lumia 610 pictures and details emerge - read the full textWith only hours left till Nokia's press conference at MWC, we have some fresh details and images of the upcoming announcements. Nokia Lumia 610 pictured below, will be the company's entry level Windows Phone handset. The device is expected to feature a 3.2" screen, 3MP camera, and Windows Phone...


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When nokia 610 will come and what will prise it

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  • 2012-02-27 08:57
  • YQF1

seems very interesting! and the fact that my country is going to be one the first markets for it is cool too.

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  • 2012-02-27 07:53
  • 2@y2

> In reply to Gladiator @ 2012-02-26 21:56 from PSxp - click to readif u wanna compare with galaxy ace its gotta be lumia 710 bcoz they are in same price range here in india 14200 or ace and 14800 for lumia and i dnt need to tell you how misreably ace gets defeated....

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  • 2012-02-27 07:36
  • KA4$

I will surely buy the lumia 610 because the lowend droids are full of issue such as "sd card removed", "back key issue", "incoming call issue". I want a lowend phone which doesn't have any kind of issue. Don't need high processor at low price but want a issueless smartphone at low cost.

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  • 2012-02-27 07:35
  • vQ1b

> In reply to Boy with Black Hat @ 2012-02-26 22:57 from Pr@1 - click to readIn addition, Does Wp has any custom Rom till date?

except for the Navigation software provided by Nokia , do you find any difference between the handsets of various manufacturers, particularly h/w wise?

any thing innovative with WP?

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  • 2012-02-27 06:49
  • PTij

> In reply to Boy with Black Hat @ 2012-02-27 01:44 from Pr@1 - click to read arent you the same guy with black hat or red hat or whatever, who posted in another thread that you are using Samsung G2 two or three days back?

neither symbian or WP + nokia has anything to show, long gone mate. absoultely impressive for your unretired , similar comments over all the threads. btw, do you have ready templates ??

Gosh, you dont get tired of this , do you?

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  • 2012-02-27 06:41
  • PTij

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-02-27 03:25 from x7iI - click to readYou can't depend on Market statistics for sure, but do not be surprised to see EP7.5Mango go to the top by end 2012. The problem with the WP 7.5 Mango is that the bad impression Microsoft has given over the years has also it made it more difficult for people to try this device or OS. Try it !!!

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  • 2012-02-27 06:27
  • IVJt

> In reply to Gladiator @ 2012-02-26 22:25 from PSxp - click to readSure sammy's phone can't compare with nokia because their plastic body like toys... Oversaturated Super LED... Hungry of resources like battery and their core (quadcore, dualcore, hmmm maybe next year will be pentacore)... Poor camera... Poor signal... LoL

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  • 2012-02-27 06:14
  • XMiw

Nokia aka microsoft fanboys your devotion is really admirable to the old kings. But now the new kings are here. Analysts predict dat samsung(Android) along with apple(ios) will capture abt 90% of smartphone market in 2012. So no matter how much you bang about wp market growth rate its still nowhere near dat of androids. Nokia is still the king of very low end(below 80 â¬) fones n microsoft is still the leading os for computer n laptops n dat too by a huge margin. But in the smartphone world they r no match for samsung or apple.

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  • 2012-02-27 06:07
  • PSxp

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-02-26 23:58 from keqR - click to readYou are wrong on few things.

One WP market share is not shirnking. Its rising, albeit slowly.

Android was free for makers when it started into the market. Its only recently that microsoft started gaining royalty for the patents. And now, device makers have no choice but to use android, as it became popular since then. Why do think Samsung develops Bada OS? Ans.Its a fall back plan and for slow change over if things go pear shaped.

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  • 2012-02-27 04:08
  • U@JR

> In reply to Gladiator @ 2012-02-26 22:25 from PSxp - click to readcpu and gpu is not the everything,its only the demand of the simply means that os needs that much power to handle anything.also,the higher the clock speed,the faster will phone discharges.....

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  • 2012-02-27 03:46
  • 2@fP

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-02-27 03:25 from x7iI - click to readI already outlined the key marketing differences between WP7 and Android (i.e. the legacy of Windows Mobile vs. the geeks going ga-ga over the Googlephone) and it takes a great deal of counter-marketing to overcome that difference.

I've also conceded that WP7 is not growing as fast as Android did in its first year - and it goes without saying that on curves like these small initial differences can make for large eventual differences.

Even if a 0.1% drop isn't outside the realm of statistical significance, such a drop is set against a background of continuing overall growth in the smartphone market. The jump in numbers thanks to solid marketing and exciting handsets from Nokia shows that people are open to being won over. A new range of cheaper phones, along with the upcoming flagships will help WP7 grow.

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  • 2012-02-27 03:42
  • PFeY

> In reply to Boy with Black Hat @ 2012-02-27 01:44 from Pr@1 - click to readSame here. I'm using a HTC Sensation XE. Nice phone but can' wait to return to Nokia

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  • 2012-02-27 03:39
  • 9F1c

m using samsung monte, now m waiting for nokia lumnis 610, coz it's cheap and smart. :-D

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  • 2012-02-27 03:36
  • bJ2%

> In reply to TSH @ 2012-02-27 00:39 from PFeY - click to readWP7 has been losing average 0.1% is not within statistical error, especially given the initial amount of market share it previously owns. How about looking at Canalys', IDC, and Gartner's results rather than cherry picking one market share that shows it in less than "owned" views?

The difference between Android and WP7 is already been stated time and time again, Android launched on the smallest of US carriers with only one device from HTC which at the time was basically an unknown manufacturer to everybody. HTC at the time of the G1 is not the same notoriety company of HTC today, Android also launched in the US only initially and received no marketing support from Google or any other carrier or any manufacturer. How much money has Google invested in marketing Android? None. How much did Microsoft invest in marketing for Nokia just in those 2.5 months? 250 MILLION dollars. How many carriers did Windows Phone 7 Launch with? in the US alone they launched with AT&T and Tmobile, with many devices across the board, in EU they've launched on many carriers with devices from Samsung, HTC, and LG.

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  • 2012-02-27 03:25
  • x7iI

i gonna to but nokia lumia 610..its to cheap..with the cheap price i can get many get feature..honestly..i have smsung galaxy tab 7 ..but..its so lags..i also love this tab..but i want to sell it out..and leave android :( sorry..i gonna tu use nokia at all..i have a nokia e7 And its with symbian belle..firts im lilte boring with anna..but..after upgraded to belle im very love this phone and i made a dedicion that i will stay with nokia :)

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  • 2012-02-27 03:13
  • thu9

> In reply to x3-02 fanatic @ 2012-02-27 01:21 from vxt3 - click to read:D I still loyal to Nokia, I'm using an HTC now but I'm desperate waiting for Lumia 900. :D

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  • 2012-02-27 01:44
  • Pr@1

One of the point for Microsoft join Nokia was make WP7 accessible as far & long as they can. And actually they make it!!.

In fact we will have a wave of sub 200 dlls phones with WP7, this will benefit both, Nokia and Microsoft, Nokia will sold more phones and WP will gain more name on a good branded phone. Behind (but close at the same time) Symbian still lurking and that OS is not dead already... This will hurt some way Android, because not even Samsung have the rename of Nokia brand behind and people recognize more a Nokia phone than a Samsung, there still people that believes a Samsung phone is an iPhone :P

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  • 2012-02-27 01:42
  • Pr@1

when its a nokia news, im looking forward to see the comments of "the boy with the red hat", hahah i just saw the black one.. hahaha. Go nokia

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  • 2012-02-27 01:21
  • vxt3

Good Lord! that's gorgeous!!!!

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  • 2012-02-27 01:20
  • K7ev

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