Summary: The ratings awarded to a product are derived from a number of tests and calculations, keeping certain important factors in mind. These factors consist of features, performance, quality and value for money. In case of software and some other categories, build quality might be replaced with ease of use or ease of installation. Products are compared with other products in a similar price range or product category.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 710 is designed for instant social experiences and image sharing. The device is built on Windows Phone 7.5 and brings the best browsing experience with IE9 hardware accelerated graphics and HTML5 support.
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.
Conclusion: The Lumia 710 isn’t the best Windows Phone we’ve used, but it is usable and at $40 (online), it’s a better deal than many of the cheaper Android phones on the market. If you have the money, we’d recommend spending a bit more to buy the HTC Radar, or if you are on one of T-Mobile’s month-by-month plans, the Lumia 800 is available on the Web as an unlocked device. If saving a bit of money now is important, the Lumia 710 is a good phone for the price.
Pros: Extremely affordable with contract, Windows Phone 7.5 is a great OS, Nokia Drive turn-by-turn navigation is free, Solid battery life
Cons: Screen attracts fingerprints, Screen size small at 3.7 inches, Buttons hard to press, No front-facing camera, No SD card slot, LCD screen not as brilliant as AMOLED
Conclusion: There's a lot to like in Nokia's first US Windows Phone. The bargain price belies a solid set of features; quick performance and an elegant though not thin design. Call quality is excellent, the camera takes good photos and the phone is fast. Gaming is fluid and fun, the Zune music experience is as ever enjoyable and streaming video plays well over T-Mobile's HSPA+ network.
Pros: Bargain priced smartphone with solid specs and good quality.
Cons: Front buttons aren't easy to use, no mobile hotspot feature.
Nokia Lumia 710 (T-Mobile USA) brings Windows Phone to the U.S.
5 January 2012
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile represents Nokia's first Windows Phone 7.5 smartphone for the U.S., despite the fact that the higher-end Lumia 800 model has been available in other parts of the world for some time already. The Lumia 710 shares a number of features with its higher-priced brother (mostly under the skin), but it's low-cost roots can be quite evident in crucial areas like the phone's display and build quality.
Pros: Swift performance, solid call quality, good battery life
Conclusion: The Lumia 710 of Nokia with this price range has couple of restrictions like, the memory storage is limited to only 8 GB and with no HD video resolution. But apart from these drawbacks Nokia Lumia 710 has made its presence well noticed. Strong 1.4 GHz Qualcomm processor will assure one fast processing and downloading. The 5 MP camera is amazing as it gives you sharp and clear images even in less light or indoor shoot.