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Nokia has come up with a fresh deal for its user in India. In an attempt to score sales figures for its Lumia handsets, the company has come out with the a new deal. The deal is that those who will buy a Lumia 510 smartphone will get a free Senheiser headset. Users can avail this offer through all Nokia shops and the deal comes with both EMI options and Cash on Delivery. The phone Nokia Lumia 510 is now available for a price of Rs. 10,499, which comes bundled with a Senheiser headset worth Rs. 1700 for free.
The free kit also includes a 500 MB of 2G/3G data. The Nokia Lumia 510 phone contains an 800 MHz processor. The phone runs on Windows 7.5 platform. The phone has a 4-inch touch screen display which has a resolution of 400 X 800 pixels. In terms of pixel density, the phone offers 233 pixels per inch. The phone is equipped with an 800 MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A and a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash.
The camera on the phone is expected to deliver a reasonable picture quality. The phone, however, does not have a micro-SD slot. Other features of the phone include Bluetooth, FM radio, micro USB support, 1300 mAh battery, and 3.5mm audio port. The phone is also powered by apps such as Maps, Drive, Transport, along with the option of downloading camera extras.
The device on the whole is a decent alternative for android phones. However, the apps in WP8 are not compatible with the ones in WP7. The company has now surprised everyone with a budget friendly Nokia Lumia handset, although, the move to offer freebies seem a bit strange as Nokia's WP8 phones are right around the corner.