Lumia 610 Win Phone Tango Smartphone Unveiled at MWC, Symbian Too Gets New Devices

February 27, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here is more news from the Mobile World Congress. Nokia did not let us down here too. As expected, they have brought out two new Windows Phone devices as part of their Lumia series.

Going into the details, Nokia unveiled the Lumia 610 to reach out to the lower segment of the market. As per company sources, the Windows Phone 7.5 Tango OS has helped them roll out the lower-end device.

The rig will be sold for a mere 189 Euros and will hit the market during the second quarter of the year. It brings in more language support, and so, expects to help Nokia extend the Lumia presence to China and other markets across Asia and Africa.

The company has also made it clear that they are planning another version for the LTE enabled Lumia 900 on AT&T. The company will roll out the same device with DC-HSPA radio for countries that does not have LTE networks so far. As per the company, the phone will cost 480 Euros.

Though the Lumia line up is enjoying a very positive welcome in markets across the world indicating the potential of the deal Nokia inked with Microsoft to use their WP platform, Nokia has not yet completely deserted their old friend Symbian platform.

They have added three new Asha-branded phones to their line up and have added the Nokia 808 PureView at the MWC. The Nokia PureView has a 41 megapixel sensor and 4X lossless Carl Zeiss zoom lens at MWC. which makes it just like a camera with smartphone abilities.

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