Nokia has announced that its cheapest Windows Phone handset will go on sale within the next two weeks. The phone will be powered by the latest version of Microsoft's mobile software, Windows Phone Tango.
Ending months of speculation, Nokia confirmed at an event that Nokia Lumia 610 would be out in June in the UK. The phone was first unveiled at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year.
"The 3.7" screen 610 will run the much-praised Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, as well as offering Nokia's own Drive, Maps and Music apps. This mean that the device can offer turn-by-turn navigation, pre-downloaded maps and a small selection of music", reports The Telegraph.
While the phone comes with most up-to-date features, it doesn't boast of any special array of specs.