Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia is now rolling out an update to its low-end Lumia 610 Windows Phone handset, while the yet-to-be-announced Lumia 510 mobile has been confirmed.
Nokia enthusiast online response SymbianTweet.com has published the update information, along with how to update the Lumia 610 through the Microsoft Zune software.
It has noted: “The latest firmware 8779.12340 brings usability, performance and Camera improvements to the device.”
The site also added that the build number would be SW 1066.0000.8779.12340, after the installation has taken place.
Nokia’s Lumia 610 was unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February this year, along with the flagship Lumia 900, but it only became available to buy in June.
It arrived with a 3.7-inch 800 x 480 LCD screen, with an 800MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and a 5-megapixel camera.
At the start of the month, Omio reported the Lumia 510 had appeared online in a captured photo.
Now, the mobile phone news site Pocketnow has covered its first test picture being published, with the accompanying data confirming its details.
That publication states: “the image’s EXIF data reports it as coming from the Lumia 510, as well as [confirming] that the phone isn’t yet running Windows Phone 7.8″
“By all accounts, the Lumia 510 will be a budget-priced Windows Phone handset targeted at developing markets. From what we’ve heard about the hardware, it sounds like a slight upgrade to the Lumia 610, giving the phone a larger four-inch display”, added the site.