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.
Pros: Easy to use, Solid and tough, Many apps, Excellent as a social network hub, Great gaming capabilities, Good grip
Cons: No memory card slot, No 4G support, No frontal camera
Excerpt: Nokia proved it was back in the smartphone game when it launched the Lumia 800 last year. But can its Lumia 710 gain the attention of U.S. consumers? Many would argue that Nokia should have decided to launch the Lumia 800 to make a bigger splash in a market that has long forgotten the Finnish...
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...
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...
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.
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...
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: T-Mobile is fast becoming a great place to be for a good Windows Phone. A couple months ago, the carrier released the HTC Radar 4G , one of our favorite Windows Phones, especially at its $100 price. This month, the Lumia 710 joins the family.
Excerpt: The release of the Lumia line signals Nokia’s big push towards relevance. For better or worse, they have decided to partner up with Microsoft in the hopes of turning their fortune around.
Pros: Solid performance, no dropped calls or wonky reception, Bargain priced phone tied with a reasonably good data plan, Windows Phone 7 is one damn good mobile OS and it deserves more credit than what it’s getting
Cons: Boring design and form factor, No hotspot feature yet (update is “coming soon” as per Nokia), Not enough storage memory
Excerpt: Weâ€™ve finally got our hands on the mid-range offspring of the Nokia-Microsoft partnership, the Lumia 710 . The Windows Phone powered smartphone just sits perfectly in between its entry-level sibling Lumia 610 and its high-end counterpart Lumia 800 . Check out our full review after the break.