The Lumia 510, which we took a gander at not too long ago, has been captured in the wild. GSMArena has received a rather small photo showing the Lumia Windows Phone in its glory with a sizeable reflective screen. What's more is pricing and specifications have been reportedly confirmed by an unnamed source. Nothing's official, nor have any details been announced, so be sure to take this with a minute grain of salt.
The device, which is to target low-end markets, passed certification in China late last month, and it's believed it's going to be priced at $150 when launched. Specifications provided by GSMArena's source reaffirms what we previously covered. 4" display, just 256 MB of RAM, but 4GB of storage is a new addition. We're also aware the Lumia 510 will come in at 120.7 x 64.9 x 11.51 (mm), and will weigh 129g. GSM-WCDMA-HSPA will be supported, and a 800MHz MSM7227A chip will power Windows Phone 7.5 / 7.8.
If all the above is to be reality, the Lumia 510 will sit in behind the Lumia 820, while the Lumia 920 will be marketed as the power horse of Windows Phones. Update: Check out hands-on footage of the Lumia 510 below.