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BARCELONA, Spain – Nokia today expands its Lumia family across the world with the fun Nokia Lumia 610 and high-end Nokia Lumia 900 for global roll-out.

The funky Nokia Lumia 610, with a 3.7-inch screen, is aimed at teenagers on a budget who want a smartphone with social networking, music, Web browsing, gaming and apps. It’s the most affordable Lumia so far.

The award-winning Nokia Lumia 900 has been extended to Canada and tweaked to allow Nokia’s biggest and fastest Lumia smartphone to deliver rich Web video and speedy browsing via ultra-fast Dual Carrier-HSPA networks outside America.

These phones, along with the Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia Lumia 710, make Nokia’s Windows Phone based-offering a comprehensive portfolio, with handsets to suit the widest range of people’s needs and budgets.


Nokia Lumia 610

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Nokia Lumia 610 Tech & spec:

Networks: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900

Speed: HSDPA cat 7: 7.2Mbps,

Display: 3.7” WVGA (800×480) TFT capacitive touch LCD display with pinch zoom

Memory: 256MB RAM, 8GB storage

Camera: 5 megapixels, auto-focus, LED flash.

Size/Weight: 119.24mm x 62.18mm x 11.95mm / 131.5g

Processor: 800 Mhz Single Core/Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 

Battery: 1300 mAh

Talk time: GSM : 10.5 h, WCDMA : 9.5h. Standby time: GSM : 670 h, WCDMA :720 h


The secret of the Nokia Lumia 610 is that it uses slightly less processing power and memory than the other Lumias but will still give teenagers exactly the kind of Internet experiences they are looking for.

This arrives via the bright Live Tiles on the Windows Phone homescreen, with the unique People Hub which puts all your friends, family and people you care about most in one place.

It also lets you read Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn feeds. The Lumia 610 is perfect for sending individual or group shout-outs via text, email or IM conversations.

And the smooth Internet browsing via Internet Explorer 9 and Bing search gets you exactly where you want to be on the Web.

Coming in four colours, white, cyan, magenta and black, the Nokia Lumia 610‘s metallic looks offer individual style choices which appeal above all to the youth market.

Additionally, tens of thousands of applications at the Windows Phone Marketplace – with a try-before-you-buy choice of the world’s best mobile games – makes this phone the perfect introduction to Lumia and Windows Phone at €189.

And then there’s Nokia’s signature experiences.

When it comes to music, there’s something to suit all tastes thanks to Nokia Music (38 countries) with MixRadio (15 countries) and its 100 channels with selected locally-relevant tracks from a 14-million song catalogue.

And Nokia has announced Nokia Reading providing a single, integrated reading hub experience. Nokia Reading makes it easier and faster to enjoy news, books, and audio books including an extensive catalogue of local language reading material and the ability to access content offline.

Access to Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive, with turn-by-turn navigation, and Nokia Public Transport add even more  value to the Nokia Lumia 610 package. 


Nokia Lumia 900

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Nokia Lumia 900 tech & spec

Networks: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900

Speed: HSDPA+ Dual Carrier cat 24 (42 Mbps), HSUPA cat 6: 5.8 Mbps

Display: 4.3” WVGA (800×480) AMOLED capacitive touch ClearBlack display

Memory: 512MB RAM, 16GB storage

Camera: 8Mpix auto-focus with f2.2, LED flash

Size/Weight: 127.8mm x 68.5mm x 11.5mm / 160g 

Processor: 1.4 GHz Single Core/Snapdragon APQ8055 + MDM9200

Battery: 1830mAh

Operating times – Talk time: (GSM/WCDMA) up to 7 hours. Standby time: (GSM/WCDMA)  up to 300 hours. 


At the high end of the range comes the Nokia Lumia 900 in white, cyan and black, designed for the rest of the world, outside the United States.

People have bombarded our site with queries about this phone, with front and back cameras, since it was announced exclusively in the US with AT&T.

Designed for entertainment, with a stunning combination of big screen and processing power, people all over the world can’t wait to get their hands on this latest flagship Nokia phone.

It offers the best quality video and entertainment performance in the Lumia family on the 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, housed in the unique polycarbonate unibody.

And it’s all powered by Nokia’s highest capacity battery and fast data connection, using LTE in Canada and DC-HSPA outside of North America. 

The main camera has exclusive Carl Zeiss optics and a large aperture for great performance in low light and a wide-angle focal length for 16:9 images.

There’s also a front-facing camera with large aperture and wide-angle lens for sharp, bright images and video calling out of the box.




Both phones will start to ship in the second quarter of 2012.