Summary: Despite some of the minor complaints, the Nokia Lumia 710 is a wonderful mid-budget Windows Phone with some great features, access to a growing app store and the improving Windows Phone operating system. The Nokia Lumia 710 is definitely worth checking out.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 710 is a great entry-level smartphone. It has excellent hardware, is tough and reliable.
Windows Phone 7.5 didn’t disappoint us. Several features are obviously “inspired” by the iOS present on Apple’s iPhone, which is not a problem for the user. Usage is easy and intuitive, and installing (and uninstalling) applications and games is also quite easy.
Excerpt: There's more to come at CES 2012 in Las Vegas next week, but for now, Nokia is making waves in the US market with the Nokia Lumia 710 . Coming to T-Mobile on January 11 in black and white for $49.99, the Lumia 710 sports a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon CPU, 3.7-inch WVGA display with Nokia's ClearBlack technology, a 5-megapixel shooter with 720p HD video recording, and Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango).
Excerpt: We'll likely see additional Nokia Windows Phone announcements at CES 2012 , but for now, Nokia is making waves in the US market with the Nokia Lumia 710 . Coming to T-Mobile on January 11 for $49.99, the Lumia 710 offers a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon CPU, 3.7-inch WVGA display with Nokia's ClearBlack technology, a 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, and Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango).
Summary: So, let's be honest. When it comes to Windows Phone handsets from Nokia, the device everyone really wants is the Lumia 800 or even the 900 . It was kind of a letdown for T-Mobile customers when they heard that the Lumia 710 was their only option. However, after testing out the phone, I can say that there's really nothing to be disappointed about. The build quality is excellent, the display is crisp and rich, and Windows Phone is as smooth and elegant as ever.
Summary: Nokia Lumia 710 is a budget follow-up to its first Windows Phone 7 handset, the Nokia Lumia 800. It’s very slightly larger than the 800 in all dimensions, has the same Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) operating system and 3.7in 480×800 display, but the screen is TFT rather than AMOLED, the camera is a 5 rather than 8-megapixel version and it has 8GB rather than 16GB of storage. The 1.4GHz single-core processor is identical.Nokia Lumia 710 Review.
Pros: Removable battery, Intuitive user interface, Nokia apps, Integration with Xbox Live, Cloud-based backup
Cons: Poor battery life, Screen, camera and internal storage are downgraded from Lumia 800, No front-facing camera
Excerpt: This is the year millions of owners of so-called feature phones — devices which handle little beyond voice calls, texts, and photos — will finally upgrade to true smartphones.
Pros: Cheap. Comfortable size, shape and materials. Comes with enough built-in apps and services (ESPN, Netflix, The Weather Channel, My Account) to be convenient, but not overburdened. Comes in black or white.
Cons: Call quality sounds slightly muddy, even though you sound very clear to people on the other end. Can only record video by pressing the hardware button. 8GB of storage, but not expandable — there’s no SD card slot.
Excerpt: The Nokia Lumia 710 is a pretty monumental smartphone. For starters, it’s one of the first two Nokia smartphones to come running Windows Phone 7.5. It’s also the ...
Pros: Very comfy to hold and grip, upcoming back-plates will make the device more customizable and fun, performs very well, sharp bright display, AMAZING battery life, Windows Phone 7.5 is awesome – yes, we said it!
Cons: Not the most exciting design, 8GB of built-in storage is on the small size – especially considering that it’s not expandable via microSD, why must they insist on using a microSIM, dedicated key for Windows UI keys is annoying to operate, device is a bit of a grease magnet
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 710 is priced at Rs. 18,500 (MOP). At this price, it directly compares to the SE Neo V Android phone we reviewed earlier. The only problem some people might have with this phone is that there is no expandable memory (if you’re not satisfied with 8 gigs of memory) or front camera. Besides that, the build, interface, camera and battery life is quite brilliant.
Conclusion: The Lumia 710 isn’t as exciting as its big brother, the Lumia 800. Nokia announced a flagship device that is, in many ways, a game changer for the company moving forward. And yet even still, T-Mobile decided to launch the company’s lower end device, which surely won’t turn as many heads. Worse, it decided to launch the phone without a wide color selection that could have made the device stand out more in public.