Nokia released a low-end Windows Phone Mango smartphone that everyone can afford, but I guess you should think twice before purchasing it.
As you probably know, Skype is one of the most popular for video calling and mobile messaging. Well, the new Lumia 610 doesn’t support this app. Why? We don’t know. Maybe Nokia wanted to make this device limited to some features because of its cheap price, but honestly even Samsung Galaxy 3 i5800 can run Skype.
Lumia 610 is one of Nokia’s latest smartphones released. The device was announced in February 2012, at Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, and it was presented as the affordable solution of Nokia’s Windows Phone line-up.
Its low-end technical specifications stop Lumia 610 to run apps like Angry Birds, Tango, Skype or PES 2012. Of course this is not a big deal if you use the device only for web browsing, email, SMS and phone calls. Its 3.7-inch capacitive display is very easy to use, the 800Mhz processor is powerfull enough to load web pages fast and the 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus allows you to shot nice pictures.