Nokia’s upcoming mid-range Lumia 510 has leaked online in a video, showing off what you can expect from Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.8 update
A Nokia Lumia 510 handset running Windows Phone 7.8 has leaked online, giving us yet another glimpse of Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 7 update.
Said video shows the device running Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 7.8 update, which is scheduled to launch very soon.
There’s no concrete release date in place for the release of Windows Phone 7.8, with some reports suggesting it’ll land in a couple of weeks time, others December, and few more conservative estimates that claim it’s not arriving until early 2013.
But the fact that stuff is now leaking is usually a natural precursor to a release, so hopefully we won't be waiting too much longer for Windows Phone 7.8.
In the video we're treated to many of the platform’s upcoming features including resizable tiles, Office, and the selection of accent colours users’ running the platform will have at their disposal.
The Nokia Lumia 510 is an update of sorts from last year’s Nokia Lumia 710 and features a 800Mhz processor, 4GB of storage, and a 4-inch WVGA display.
This handset will not be launching in the UK, however, according to Nokia.
Check out the video below to see Windows Phone 7.8 in action.