I think Nokia won't give them a shit (smartphone or better windows device) in the competition unless they make something new and eye candy... :)
I want to get this phone for myself I have been a Nokia user for over 10 years I now use E5 but I want a touch phone, is it a good alternative to Samsung Galaxy S 111 whih is too expensive for me?
Is there any Bluetooth...that is supportable with all other phones....
If not... Plzz develop such a cellphone nokia....
Nokia Launches Lumia 510 specially for India http://www.retrify.com/nokia-l...s-lumia-510/
Nokia Lumia 510 is coming confirm before diwali. Display 4inch. Features:- window 7.8, 800mhz processor,256 mb ram etc etc... Expected price 7000 - 9000........
Internet said that Lumia 510 will be leak at 23th october in India. Nokia India's also already gave the invitation. It'll bee the cheapest Lumia, it's only $150
nice lumia phone camrra,video,internet nice speed,look,silmnes phones
Sohrab Ansari, 14 Oct 2012When released Lumia 510 Very nice Nokia plz long this lumia 510
wow, welcome move by nokia.for users like us who loves to use only Nokia and still dont want to shell out much from their pocket it is the best phone. but i feel making a device with almost same configuration with 1 Ghz processor and 512 mb of ram would be a killer, oh and price should be under $200. what do u think guys?
That is exactly what Nokia and other WP manufacturers should do. Release WP-phones that are cheap, so that as many people as possible will buy WP. When more and more people use WP, developing apps and games for WP will become more appealing to companies. We'll get more stuff to download for our phones. Let's face it... Most often I hear the reason for buying Android or iPhone are the amount of apps and games available. Most people buy their phone based on particular apps available, apps like Instagram. It is HARD to get OS into market today, without cheap entrylevel models. Apple did it few years back but today the field is totally different. You HAVE TO DO IT to get marketshare. Points for Nokia for realizing that!