Unannounced handset expected to cost just $150.
According to a leaked screenshot, Nokia is expected to launch a new Windows Phone smartphone, the Lumia 510.
It's expected to replace the Lumia 610, with the device reportedly featuring a four-inch display, a possible resolution of 800 x 480 and 4GB internal memory. However, the handset apparently carries only 256MB of RAM, which rules out the possibility of it being a Windows Phone 8 device, thus most likely featuring the Windows Phone 7.8 operating system.
The initial price is said to be $150 for the Lumia 510, with a launch likely in China. It's expected that the phone will be available in Chinese markets in time for the holidays, while a global release is expected next year.
Nokia released the Lumia range last year and has an accumulative of six handsets in its portfolio, with several devices available for budget prices.