Nokia Lumia 610

Available at: Koodo Mobile, Telus

7.0/10 AVG.
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Despite its many flaws, the Lumia 610 serves up a lovely dish of Windows Phone for a good price. Just don't get it if you're into web browsing or photography.

- Sharif Sakr , Engadget 

The Nokia Lumia 610 is a simple phone with a simple goal: make the Windows Phone experience even more accessible.

- GSMArena team , GSMArena 

Specs summary


The Nokia Lumia 610's screen is 3.7 inches with 800 x 480 pixels resolution.


There is a Single Core 800 MHz processor (CPU).


The phone runs on the Windows Mobile 7.5 Mango operating system (OS).

5+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 5+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
8 GB

Internal memory is 8 GB. No external card slot is available for expansion.


The phone is powered by a 1300 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. Nokia's performance ratings are 24 days standby time, 630 minutes talk time.

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Reviews (7/10 Avg. rating)

Customizable, solid specs and impressive performance

from Know Your Mobile (3 years ago)

It’s a solid phone - fun to look at, customisable and comfortable to hold and use. The 620’s screen quality is also very respectable, and it’s sized well for the on-screen keyboard and Windows Phone 8 on the whole. Speaking of the OS, it’s simple to use and functional. We’ve hit the point home that... More


Slow at times, but nevertheless runs smoothly

from NDTV (3 years ago)

The Lumia 610 comes with its own strengths and weaknesses. The biggest attraction for the device has to be its price. For an entry level Windows phone, the device can be a hit for prospective buyers. Apart from offering a great battery life, the device gives you almost a holistic Windows Phone exper... More


A decent entry-level smartphone that doesn't quite match the value of the similarly price lumia 710

from Mobile Syrup (3 years ago)

As an entry-level smartphone, the $200 Lumia 610 is pretty competitive, especially when paired with a low-cost plan from Koodo. On TELUS it’s a bit more difficult a decision, as Rogers sells the 710 for the same $229.99 price outright. While there are certainly some benefits over the similarly-price... More


It's snappy enough to go head-to-head with similarly-priced Androids

from TrustedReviews (3 years ago)

The Nokia Lumia 610 is a budget Windows Phone 7.5 handset. Hardware cuts have been made to get the price under £200, but most must-have smartphone features are included. And while lag has increased, it's snappy enough to go head-to-head with similarly-priced Androids. What's less easy to forgive is... More


The handset delivers a stunning OS, good phone functionality and a healthy battery life all packaged within an acceptable design

from Engadget (3 years ago)

On a more expensive proposition, the weak camera, capped RAM and slow browsing performance on this device would be deal-breakers. On the Lumia 610, however, they're things you can learn to live with. The handset delivers a stunning OS, good phone functionality and a healthy battery life all packaged... More

The smartphone behaves way smoother than its spec sheet suggests

from GSMArena (3 years ago)

The truth is the Nokia Lumia 610 is currently slightly overpriced. We did say that it's all about what you get and not what you miss in this class but, as things currently stand, its competitors will give you more without extra charge. It sounds like common sense that the only way for an affordable... More

Vibrant screen, good camera, and decent battery

from The Inquirer (3 years ago)

The Nokia Lumia 610 is a decent piece of kit – it’s got a great screen, good camera and its battery managed to outperform its more expensive rivals. However, with the phone’s inability to support apps due to its measly amount of RAM, we’re struggling to recommend this phone above the Lumia 710, whic... More


Affordable, free offline GPS navigation but has performance issues and some apps do not run

from PhoneArena (3 years ago)

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 occasion... More


Low cost, great battery life, and good design

from The Verge (3 years ago)

It has all the hallmarks to do well in this particular market and despite its plastic feel it looks like a smartphone. Once you peel past its looks and compare it to other offerings from Nokia then it’s hard to compare. If you’re on a tight budget then the Lumia 610 is a better option than most othe... More


Compromised, but beautifully made and stylish for the price

from Expert Reviews (3 years ago)

The Lumia 610 is a gorgeous phone which, while slower than other Windows Phone 7 handsets, is still faster and slicker than any budget Android handsets we've come across. It has the worst screen in the Lumia range, but it's still better than most budget Android phones' displays, and even the camera... More


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