Summary: I purchased the Nokia Lumia 710 about a year ago with T-Mobile. I have always been an android smartphone fan. I was one of the first buyers of the Google G1 smartphone several years ago. However, I decided that I wanted to give Microsoft's version a shot. It is quite simplistic in relation to many other smartphones on the market, which makes it easier to maneuver through the phones software. However, the limited memory and apps become a problem after a couple of months.
Summary: good phone for this price, it has everything you will need in a smartphone, windows 7 is very cool but not enough to reach android or IOs. It has seriously problems in synchronization with other blue tooth devices or wifi networks, so if you need data transfer is going to be a problem in some cases.
Summary: I mean, unless you're a fan of it. It's not a "fun and games" sort of phone. It's a more "I'm in IT and I know what the hell I'm doing with a computer" sort of phone. The app market isn't that diverse. I mean it has reddit, Facebook, tweeter, and the best app of all "top hats for fancy cats". It's free and I suggest getting it.
Summary: At first, I really liked this phone for the looks. When starting to use it, I found out that the the basics of the phone were easy to use and easy to learn. Everything works well and I would definitely recommend it for those who are not considering to use the applications much. In comparison to other smart phones on the market, this phone definitely needs more work. The applications which other phones (ex.
Summary: I hate the lack of apps in the marketplace. its dreadful. but the phone,internet,email, and gps functions are all great on mine. you might say, well its a phone if the phone functions work well why not give it 5 stars. 2 reasons 1- thats why you buy a smartphone, to do more than just talk on the phone 2- the call volume is not so great, people can hear me fine, but even with the volume cranked up, i cant always hear that well.
Summary: I bought mine about 6 months ago, not from Amazon but new from the store. It worked perfectly until this morning I was using it and it went black suddenly and it has not come back to life again. So, I researched about it to do a hard reset (which did not work at all) and I found that a lot of people have had this happen to their Nokia Lumia 710. Apparently it is a common issue. Mine is completely lifeless and unresponsive for no reason whatsoever. It is ruined.
Summary: first the battery did not hold charge. second screen had small ding. the battery was fully charged. turned off phone. one week later when turned on battery was dead. the phone comes with screen cover. i noticed a small ding in cover which i thought was in the cover only which is soft clear material. however the ding was in glass. amazon allowed for the return without problem but because of price (under $200) replacement was not available so had to accept refund.
Pros: The phone is well built and Windows 7.5 works very well. I has the 1700 band so it works with 3g on Iwireless.
Cons: Newegg claims this phone has a 90 day warranty (with a little mouse over saying "Maybe Not!). It is NOT covered by NokiaUS. I have tried to contact newegg about this and have heard nothing about fixing that claim or indeed helping me at all.
Summary: I bought this phone for my parents and they seem to love it. It's nothing fancy but it's got the basic features that they like in a phone: camera, texting, email, etc. My parents really like the fact that Windows 7.5 is easy to use. The battery life isn't very long--that's why I've got to know it down from 5 stars to 3 (battery life is *really important to me*). They usually have to charge the phone every day even though they really don't use it very much.