After a delay of quite a few months, Nokia has finally launched its budget-oriented Lumia 610 in India. The Lumia 610 is aimed at emerging markets and comes with Windows Phone Tango. The handset packs a 3.7-inch WVGA resolution TFT display, and 256MB RAM. Unlike the plastic-y build quality usually found in budget handsets, the Lumia 610 has a premium feel to it.
At the back of the handset is a 5MP camera with an LED flash. Other specs of the handset include 8GB of internal memory, GPS with AGPS, and an 800MHz processor coupled with an Adreno 200 GPU. The official M.R.P of the Lumia 610 is Rs 12,999 in India. The handset will also come with a bunch of India only apps including Mix radio, and Nokia’s own Music store.
Apart fromt the Lumia 610, Nokia also announced that it will be launching the Lumia 900 within Q3 of this year in India. Considering that all current Windows Phone handsets will not be getting the WP8 update, I am not sure if the Lumia 900 will find any takers in India.