By Anton D. Nagy | May 25, 2012 2:59 AM
3.7-inch WVGA screen, 256MB RAM, and 8GB of storage space, those are the specs of the Nokia Lumia 610 which was introduced at this year’s MWC as the Finnish manufacturer’s budget Windows Phone offering, though it should be even cheaper in order to compete with some low-end/mid-range/budget Android phones.
If you live in the U.K. and you’ve got your eyes on either the cyan, magenta, white or black variants of the Lumia 610, you should prepare to welcome it in the first week of June. While there was no information made public about the contract-free (SIM-free) price, the phone should cost around ₤15 with a two-year contract and will be available at most retailers and networks. However, if you are planning on Skyping you might want to go for a higher-speced version, like the Lumia 710, as the 610 won’t support the video calling application because of its low amount of RAM.