Earlier last month we first caught wind of the Nokia "Glory" Windows Phone device, which was said to be a successor to the low-end Nokia Lumia 610. More information has been revealed of the device, which we now believe will be called the Nokia Lumia 510, including pictures of the phone in the wild and a video briefly showing the phone in action.
Originating from GSMArena, the site has confirmed through their sources that the Lumia 510 will be packing a 4-inch display, 800 MHz Qualcomm MSM7277A chipset, 256 MB of RAM, just 4 GB of storage and a five-megapixel rear camera. Supposedly the dimensions of the phone are 120.7 x 64.9 x 11.51 mm with a total weight of 129g, and the phone will run Windows Phone 7.8 after an upgrade from WP7.5.
The video (below) doesn't show a great deal of the device, but it's definitely small and looks like a more polished version of the Lumia 610. What's interesting is that the device will allegedly cost just $150 initially (off-contract), making it an extremely cheap option for those in need of a smartphone - and the specs aren't too bad for the low price you're paying.