The key selling points of Nokia Lumia 510 are its 4-inch touchscreen, 5MP camera and its sub-Rs 10,000 price tag. The phone runs on Microsoft's last generation Windows Phone 7.5 mobile operating system with Modern UI and Live Tiles and is powered by a 800MHz processor with 256MB RAM.
Lumia 510 has internal storage of 4GB and Nokia has bundled 7GB of free cloud-based storage on Microsoft's SkyDrive with this device. For connectivity, the smartphone works on 2G, 3G and Wi-Fi networks, and comes with Bluetooth 2.1 and microUSB 2.0. The phone runs on a 1,300mAh battery that offers talk time of over 8 hours.
Nokia Lumia 510, the cheapest Lumia phone till date, will compete against the likes of Sony Xperia tipo, Samsung Galaxy Ace and Motorola Defy Mini in the country.