MWC 2012 is just a few hours away and we are already seeing the leaks right, left and center. First, it was HTC’s MWC lineup of One S, One X & One V and now Nokia’s entry-level Windows Phone Tango device – Nokia Lumia 610.

BGR India’s Rajat Agarwal is reporting that the low end Windows Phone device from Nokia will feature a 3.2-inch display and a 3 MP camera. Nokia Lumia 610 will be first of the many low-end models from Nokia running the ‘soon-to-be-released’ Windows Phone Tango operating system.


Considering that Lumia 610 will be running on Windows Phone Tango, Rajat expects the phone to feature a 256MB RAM. Other key details like screen resolution, internal/external storage and the processor are not available for now.

Nokia Lumia 610 is expected to be priced at INR 11000 which is approximately 175 euros or USD 225. Nokia is also expected to announce the global edition of the high end Lumia 900 smartphone and the brand new Lumia 719 as well.

Update: Nokia Lumia 610 is now official and BGR had got it completely wrong (well, almost). So what’s the official specs?

3.7″ LCD Capacitive touch with 480×800 WVGA display, 8GB internal memory, 256MB RAM, 5MP rear camera with LED flash, 720p Video recording capability, 1300mAh battery and available in 4 different colors – Cyan, White, Magenta & Black.

As for the pricing, Nokia says Lumia 610 will be priced around 189 Euros and will be shipped in Q2 of 2012.

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