New Nokia Lumia 810 Will Be T-Mobile Exclusive
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Nokia and T-Mobile USA today announced the Nokia Lumia 810, a Windows Phone 8 device that will be exclusive to T-Mobile. The 810 is mostly similar to the already-announced Lumia 820, but lacks LTE data. The phone sports a 4.3-inch OLED display with Nokia's ClearBlack technology. User-changeable shells in cyan and black will allow the phone to support wireless charging. The main camera will be 8-megapixel with a Carl Zeiss lens. A front camera will support Skype HD. The camera supports a number of unique Nokia software functions, including an animated GIF creator, and Group Shot, which takes a series of photos and automatically merges the best version of each person. The phone also sports a 1.5-GHz Snapdragon processor, NFC, and 8 GB of memory plus a memory card slot. The 810 also comes with Nokia's exclusive navigation software, including City Lens, Nokia Drive, and Nokia Transit. The 810 will be available "in the coming weeks." Pricing was not announced.
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