By Anton D. Nagy | March 9, 2012 6:50 AM
Alongside its flagship Lumia 900, Nokia also announced the budget Lumia 610 Windows Phone at this year’s MWC. After taking a look at the phone itself we reported that the company itself thinks the price point should be lower in order to make the device competitive with Android phones.
Thanks to the FCC you can have an early look at the Lumia 610 manual, which is available to download from the source link below. One interesting bit is that you will be able to turn your phone face down in order to silence an incoming call, pretty much like in the good old days with Windows Mobile, some Android devices and HTC’s proprietary software on current generation Windows Phones.
As a reminder, the Lumia 610 features a 3.7-inch WVGA screen, 256MB RAM, and 8GB of storage space. It will be available starting Q2 for roughly $250 in blue, white, pink, and black flavors.