After being prematurely outed earlier this month, Nokia has now officially announced the Lumia 505, an entry-level device packing an 8MP camera and a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen.
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A Mexican wireless carrier is apparently planning to sell the previously unannounced Nokia Lumia 505, yet another new addition to the company's Windows Phone lineup.
India has started selling the previously announced Nokia Lumia 510, the low end Windows Phone 7.5 smartphone. The price for the device in India is INR 9,999 without a SIM card, or about $183.
Nokia has officially announced its new entry-level Lumia 510. When the 4-inch handset goes on sale in Asia and South America, it may launch with Windows Phone 7.5, with an update to 7.8 coming later.
A few pictures leaked and they seem to have been taken with the Lumia 510. This low-end phone has yet to be officially announced but recent leaks have painted a rather complete picture of the device.
Previously known as just the Nokia "Glory", some new images and a video what is supposedly the low-end Nokia Lumia 510 has surfaced, and it will apparently cost just $150 outright
Down at the other end of Lumia's range to its shiny new flagships, it seems there's no Windows Phone 8 love available, as Nokia prepares to launch the new entry-level Lumia 510 with Windows Phone 7.8.