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Review: Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile USA

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landmarkcm

Jan 11, 2012, 11:53 PM

changed mind I reccomend over the Radar!

Ok so I need to really think before I post (re my previous posts saying the radar was better). I didnt get enough hands on with this at CES. So I went to the store & exchanged tonight. And the unit you actually get is better then the demo units running in stores too! Besides the lack of Front facing camera I think the Lumia 710 IS better overall then the Radar now. Smile They are still both really similiar but the faster processor and Nokia drive app plus i like the Lumia design are enough in my opinion to make it better. I was thinking the radars camera was better (they both have slightly diff settings) Now I have to give it to the 710. But you cant go wrong really with either one if you want a good wp & your on Tmobile. But I would reccomend ...
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BigRed75

Jan 6, 2012, 3:01 AM

So sad to Nokia to see Nokia go with WP7

Should have gone with webOS or Android. Such a shame what was once a great manufacturer have phones has come to. Really Nokia? WP7? SMFH!!
Yeap, ruined what coul have been a good phone. Nokia will either have to eventually switch to Android or exit the smartphone market...
deltasigmatheta

Jan 6, 2012, 12:07 PM

NO SD card slot

Why?
landmarkcm

Jan 5, 2012, 5:32 AM

Going with the Radar

Im gonna get the htc radar now instead of the Lumia. I thought I was deadset on the 710 but after reading all the incoming reviews. Others are coming in that the radars camera takes better photos & has a more powerful flash which is impt to me. So I will pick that up at the same price point with tmobile's upcoming sale starting Fri. Plus there offering the 100 dollar trade in offer still & I believe a 25.00 app card. Overall the Radar looks to be the better of the two. and I thought the 710 was gonna be..
How can I find out more about the 100.00 dollar trade in offer and the 25.00 app card? My ATT contract just ended and I want to see how good/bad T-Mobile is.
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KOL4420

Jan 5, 2012, 9:44 AM

Meh.

I really liked the look of this phone and the screen that Nokia technology sounds real nice. However after this review I dont think I would be switching to it from my Sensation kinda getting bored of Android and would like to try something different. I hope that when my phone gets ICS it changes my mind about switching to a new OS. xP
KOL4420 said:
I really liked the look of this phone and the screen that Nokia technology sounds real nice. However after this review I dont think I would be switching to it from my Sensation kinda getting bored of Android and would
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MadFatMan

Jan 5, 2012, 12:57 AM

Wow, how um... unique and um innovative

Wow a Slab Style Capacitive Touch Screen with Graphic User Interface Multi Media capable, that can push you email to you, download apps utilize widgets. From a has been manufacturer that sold out its own organic OS (Symbian) to run a Window Mobile OS (did they see how well running Windows on a Treo worked for Palm? When they ditched Garnet Based Palm OS to do so.. ) which may I say is behind the curb of Android and iOS ...

What's next? A Blackberry running Windows 7.5?

I kinda liked Symbian and Nokia... But I am SMH on this one... What the heck..
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Wow a Slab Style Capacitive Touch Screen with Graphic User Interface Multi Media capable, that can push you email to you, download apps utilize widgets. From a has been manufacturer that sold out its own organic OS
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tnt4tony

Jan 5, 2012, 11:35 AM

3G modes

Does the phone you tested have both 3G 1700 and 1900 bands?
tnt4tony said:
Does the phone you tested have both 3G 1700 and 1900 bands?


Quad band GSM and quad band WCDMA.

http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=3561 »
muchdrama

Jan 5, 2012, 2:20 PM

Nice reivew, Eric--

--I'm looking forward to more Windows phones.
Daniel4Sprint

Jan 5, 2012, 1:27 PM

NOT A HUGE WINDOWS FAN BUT...

THIS PHONE LOOKS GREAT AND IS RANKED PRETTY DARN QUICK WITH ITS PROCESSOR. GREAT JOB NOKIA FOR TAKING IT A STEP UP Smile Smile Smile
 
 
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