Earlier this month, rumors began circulating about a new Nokia Windows Phone device referred to as the Lumia 610 that will reportedly debut at MWC. Actual information about the 610 were light at the time, but that's changed today as images and spec details of the new handset have surfaced. Up above you can see renders of the Lumia 610 in four different colors. As far as actual specs go, a report from BGR India claims that the 610 will feature a 3.2-inch display, 3-megapixel camera and Windows Phone Tango, the version of Microsoft's OS that's said to be meant for devices headed to emerging markets.
When we first got wind of the Lumia 610, it was described as an entry-level Windows Phone handset, and so far that's shaping up to be a pretty accurate assessment. It's not yet clear if we'll ever see the 610 make a trip to the U.S., but if it does, expect it to be pretty easy on your wallet. Nokia is holding its MWC press conference tomorrow morning, so be sure to stay tuned for more.