Review: Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile USA
Jan 5, 2012, 12:00 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Jan 5, 2012, 12:32 AM
Nokia looks to reenter the US smartphone market with the Lumia 710. This Windows Phone 7 device hits T-Mobile USA's network January 11. Here is Phone Scoop's full review of this critical phone for Nokia.
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Nokia's return to the U.S. smartphone market takes shape in the Lumia 710, one of the Finnish phone-maker's first Windows Phone 7 devices for T-Mobile USA. With its $50 price tag, the Lumia 710 makes an easy choice for first-time smartphone buyers. Phone Scoop tells you if the easy choice is a smart choice in this full review.
Here's a photo gallery of everything that happened at Nokia World day one keynote. Nokia unveiled the Lumia 800 and 710; and the Asha 303, 300, 201, and 200.
Phone Scoop goes hands on with the first Windows Phone 7.5 Mango smartphones from Nokia: the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710
Dec 14, 2011
T-Mobile today announced that it will sell the Nokia Lumia 710 starting January 11 for $49.99 after rebate with a new contract. The device is the first Nokia Windows Phone Mango product to officially be sold in the U.S.
Oct 26, 2011
Nokia today announced the Lumia 710, a new Windows Phone 7.5 Mango device that targets the middle of the smartphone market. Custom Nokia software installed includes the new Nokia Drive app, ESPN Hub, and Nokia Music streaming application.
Feb 6, 2013
T-Mobile USA confirmed to TmoNews that its version of the Nokia Lumia 710 will not be updated to Windows Phone 7.8. When Microsoft first announced Windows Phone 8 and 7.8 in June 2012, Nokia initially pledged to update all its Lumia phones to WP7.8.
changed mind I reccomend over the Radar!
So sad to Nokia to see Nokia go with WP7
NO SD card slot
Going with the Radar
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
Wow, how um... unique and um innovative
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..
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
Does the phone you tested have both 3G 1700 and 1900 bands?
Quad band GSM and quad band WCDMA.
Nice reivew, Eric--
NOT A HUGE WINDOWS FAN BUT...