Summary: The Nokia Lumia 510 is a smart phone to be medium-low, whose major flaws are definitely very low RAM and underpowered processor. The memory is not expandable and is not a photography department at most, which excludes the front-facing camera and HD video recording.
Pros: Internal memory, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Design, Operating System Version.
Cons: Video Quality, Quantity RAM No front camera, Underpowered Processor, memory can not be expanded.
Excerpt: With the Nokia Lumia 510, Nokia brings down the price (SRP P7,300) and compromises the specs and the tactile feel of its most affordable Windows Phone. The result is that the Lumia 510 clearly shares some of the physical attributes of the higher end Lumias, and the OS clearly resembles the current...
Summary: To conclude, the Nokia Lumia 510 is a very capable and solidly built WP smartphone. It can handle basic tasks properly but is somehow limited by the WP7.5 OS. Even with the improvements brought by the 7.8 update it is nothing compared to Windows Phone 8 which it won’t get.
Conclusion: The Nokia Lumia 510 is basically a further trimmed down version of last year's Lumia 610. It offers less in an attempt to reduce the price even more, while still providing a complete smartphone experience.
Pros: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support, Quad-band 3G with 7.2 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA support, 4.0" 65K-color TFT capacitive touchscreen of WVGA resolution, 5 megapixel autofocus camera, VGA video recording, Windows Phone 7.8 OS, Resizable tiles and some other WP8 features made available to the o...
Cons: LCD display of questionable quality, Some apps incompatible due to low RAM (Can't run Skype, no HD video), No USB mass storage (Zune only file management and sync), No video calls and no front-facing camera either, No memory card slot, No native DivX/XviD support, videos have to be Zune-transcode...
Conclusion: There are no overly weak points in the Lumia 510 performance, and Nokia has even managed to create an above average looking and feeling 4” handset for its sub-$200 price point without a contract.
Pros: Good picture quality, Free voice-guided navigation, Well built, pleasant to hold and look at chassis
Cons: Just 4 GB of storage with no memory card slot, Some apps won't run with 256 MB of RAM, Phone's microphone relays voices a tad distorted
Summary: We have been enthusiastic cheap-mobile purveyors and nothing gets us more excited than seeing impressive features in a mobile that costs less than Rs 10,000. So those who have their hands tight on their wallets, say hello to Nokia's cheapest Lumia handset - the Lumia 510 .
Summary: Microsoft and Nokia’s clubbing over Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.5 gave rise to the Lumia series and Nokia Lumia 510 the least expensive Lumia outsold all the other Lumia devices of this WP 7.5 Mango.
Conclusion: The Lumia 510 of Nokia with this price range has couple of restrictions like, the memory storage is limited to only 4 GB and with no HD video resolution it can surprise you. But apart from these drawbacks Nokia Lumia 510 has made its presence well noticed and has emerged as the best seller for Nokia...
Pros: The Nokia's Lumia 510 comes with Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS and gives you lot of features to enjoy and work on. The camera is good and so is its quality. The 4 inch screen size is in demand, so it gets edge over it.
Cons: Its 256 MB RAM and the 800 MHz Cortex A5 processor are weak and lacks in Multitasking and swapping applications. The keys/buttons are rigid and hard to press. It also lacks with front facing camera and LED flash on rear camera.