Samsung M510 & M300
To be high-end these days, a phone needs to have something special, like a touch screen, smartphone OS, 3+ megapixel camera, etc. Just having a long list of common features doesn't mean what it used to.
The M500 was a solid mid-range phone when it came out, but some time has passed and technology has advanced a bit since then. Compared to the M500, the M510 is larger, heavier, has less memory, and lacks a 2.5mm headset jack. The only way it's a "scaled up" M500 is in size. Given all of that, I have no problem calling it "basic" by today's standards.
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