Nokia Lumia 610 confirmed, passes certification in Indonesia

By LiveSide | Posted February 16, 2012 0 comments

NokiaJust yesterday we posted details about a possible new Windows Phone coming soon – the Nokia Lumia 610. The device is set to be a budget device running Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system, potentially to come with the latest “Tango” update. Today we found that the device had passed through certification in Indonesia’s testing centers, as shown below:

Nokia Lumia 610

The entry shows that the device will support the GSM 900/1800 as well as WCDMA 2100 bands, and will support the standard Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections. The device is also said to be made in the Republic of Korea. Not much else is revealed by the entry, except the fact that the device exists.

All eyes are on Mobile World Congress 2012 in two week’s time, where Nokia is expected to reveal six new devices, including two Windows Phones. It is also widely expected that Microsoft will be revealing is newest update to its mobile system, codenamed Windows Phone “Tango”. Stay tuned at LiveSide for the latest news on Windows Phone “Tango”!

Posted February 16th, 2012 at 4:05 am
Category: Featured, Mobile
Tags: Nokia, Windows Phone