New television campaign in the U.K. for entry level Nokia Lumia 610
While in the States, the Nokia Lumia 710 is the entry-level model for the series, it still has a faster processor, twice the RAM and can capture video with better resolution. The Nokia Lumia 610 can be bought for 150 GBP ($233 USD) as part of a pre-paid plan from Vodafone while $249.99 can get you the higher spec'd Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile's pre-paid offering.
Meanwhile, Nokia has started a new advertising campaign for the Nokia Lumia 610 in the U.K. with the focus being on things that are different. The tag line is "Beautifully Different," which the Finnish manufacturer is using in the States for the more upscale Nokia Lumia 900.
source: YouTube via WPCentral
1. skaar18 posted on 13 Jun 2012, 17:29 2 0
nice commercial :) makes me actually consider windows phones for my next phone.
2. denied911 (banned) posted on 13 Jun 2012, 20:48 1 1
consider buying phone because of commercial? dude R U serious?
4. neutralguy posted on 14 Jun 2012, 01:11 2 1
Dude, this guy has all the rights. Why do they make commercials? To attract consumers to buy their product. Be real man.
6. shadez10 posted on 14 Jun 2012, 01:38 2 1
thats what commercials are made for...
what do you think of commercials just for fun?..
3. B3BLW29 posted on 14 Jun 2012, 00:29 0 0
Don't own 610 but Lumia 800 is awesome, UI is smooth as butter. If you wana consider WP Phone as ur next device I say right on Brother...
5. shadez10 posted on 14 Jun 2012, 01:36 0 0
instead of 610 just go for 710... much better... =D
7. 7thspaceman posted on 14 Jun 2012, 10:56 0 0
the Nokia 610 Tango class Windows smart phone has been tested and is a little slower than a Windows Lumia 710. 800 or 900. they are working on a video phone app that will use less Ram than skipe to run on the lumia 610. Nokia should not dare to go lower than then 610 specs or else it would produce a smart phone that will not work well and will hurt the sales of their FASTER BETTER Windows 8 Apollo CLASS and windows 7.5 mango class smart phones. because people have a bad experience with a smart phones with lesser specs than a 610. Microsoft might have to refuse to sanction such lesser spec devices