Nokia Seeking $1B In Bonds, Reveals Lumia 510
With that said, Samsung is still the only one that seems to be supporting it on the new WP8 devices. The only thing is, I dont know if you can store apps on the microSD. I think it will only allow media and document files. But, that's just my opinion and not based off anything I've read.
As for this phone being a contender, it was only supposed to be a way for MS and Nok...
The folks at engadet tells us that there is NO expandable memory, and at 4GB it only allows about 2.2GB of user storage(perhaps for docs and such)
The video review demonstrates how the OS keys at the bottom of the device are actually physical keys and not capacitive, I suspect this being the case since its targeted to those who are new to the smartphone world; in a sense that they may press the capacitive keys by accident since they are not used to such elements on a handset.
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