Conclusion: The Nokia Lumia 610 has both its strengths and weaknesses. On one hand, you should be able to get one for about $250, as long as you do some digging around, which makes it a decent entry-level offering. On the other, you will have to accept the incompatibility of select applications and the occasional software lags caused by the smartphone's modest hardware.
Pros: Affordable Windows Phone, Free offline GPS navigation
Cons: Performance issues are common, Some apps do not run
Excerpt: After the mid-range Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 , closely followed by the big-screen Lumia 900 , we finally have Nokia's budget Windows Phone 7 handset; the cheap-as-chips Lumia 610. This is just £180 SIM-free or free on a £13.50-per-month contract, which makes it around £40 cheaper SIM-free than the next phone up in the range, Nokia's Lumia 710, and about £7 cheaper per month with a contract.
Summary: Nokia has recently launched the most affordable of its Windows Phone devices – the Lumia 610. But has the lower price tag come at the cost of performance? We take a closer look. Looks: Simple yet suave Nokia has gone with a minimalistic design for Lumia 610. There is nothing unusual about the form factor, yet it appeals. This phone is available in an array of colours including Blue and Pink.
Nokia Lumia 610 review: A well constructed, budget Windows Phone that offers a solid user experience
Good Gear Guide.au
13 October 2012
Summary: Nokia's Lumia 610 may have a cheap price tag but it feels anything but that. This is a very well built smartphone that offers a slick user experience, but its low RAM results in some annoying limitations.
Pros: Good build quality, Great battery life, Smooth user experience
Cons: Low RAM limits some apps, Mediocre screen, No front-facing camera
Summary: • MicroSIM card support • SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM messaging • Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic • GPS with A-GPS support • Video/photo editor • Document viewer • Predictive text input • Bluetooth with A2DP, EDR • Voice memo/dial • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n • No microSD card slot • Absence of secondary camera • Low processing capability • lack of Java support • No Flash support in browser • Only 8GB internal storage It's back to business, with the Finns...
Pros: MicroSIM card support , SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM messaging , Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic , GPS with A-GPS support , Video/photo editor , Document viewer , Predictive text input , Bluetooth with A2DP, EDR , Voice memo/dial , Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Cons: No microSD card slot , Absence of secondary camera , Low processing capability , lack of Java support , No Flash support in browser , Only 8GB internal storage