Posts tagged with: Lumia 710

[Full Lumia 710 Review] Announced as the more budget friendly of Nokia's Lumia devices, the Lumia 710 was released Q4 2011 and hit the states with T-Mobile US in January 2012. Inside the Lumia 710 smartphone is a 1.4 GHz processor coupled with 512 MB of ROM and RAM. Its 3.7-inch TFT display has a WVGA (480 x 800) resolution and uses Nokia's ClearBlack technology for better contrast. On back, the Lumia 710 sports a five-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics. It comes in black or white with a choice of several colorful battery covers for more customization options. Read on for the latest Nokia Lumia 710 news, reviews and videos:

  • by | March 16, 2012 4:51 PM

    Early this morning, we found out that Nokia had revealed a new feature for its Lumia 610 when publishing the phone's specs online, confirming support for sharing the handset's cellular data connection with other devices via a wireless hotspot. At the time, we wondered if this news meant that the extant Lumia models would see similar support via update one day in the future. Sure enough, that now looks to be the case, with Nokia mentioning that tethering will be making it to all of the Lumia-series Windows Phone handsets. The subject came up in a Q&A posted on the company's Nokia Connects ...

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  • by | March 13, 2012 6:43 AM

    Windows Phone fans in China can already pre-order the HTC Triumph -- the HTC Titan, really -- and it looks like Nokia doesn't want to let HTC get away with it, at least if Stephen Elop can do something about it. According to the CEO, March 28 is the date to circle in your calendar if you are waiting for Nokia Windows Phones in China. There were no other details but given the recent rumors as well as documentation found on the Chinese Regulatory Authorities websites, the Lumia 800 as well as the Lumia 710 (in their GSM and CDMA variants) are possible candidates. As far as carriers are ...

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  • by | March 8, 2012 4:52 AM

    As we've previously mentioned, the Nokia Lumia 800 is getting a software update in certain regions. From the official Nokia forums we find out that the update refers to devices in India and Singapore and contains the 1600.2487.8107.12070 refresh. It brings essential improvements: enhanced battery standby and talk time performance, battery capacity icon instead of question mark on top right of screen, improved bass in audio performance, soft-key illumination at all brightness levels, fixes for device performance issues including self-reboots, freezes and call-ending. As far as the Lumia 710 ...

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  • by | February 27, 2012 9:21 AM

    We recently learned just which smartphone models Nokia may be preparing to show off at this year's Mobile World Congress, including the Lumia 900 and Lumia 610. There's another Lumia model that we've talked about in the past but haven't heard much about lately, one that's starting to make some noise again. Could Nokia be planning on using the MWC to demonstrate this supposed Lumia 719, as well? We last mentioned the Lumia 719 just before our coverage of the CES began, when we were still trying to work-out what Nokia would have to display at that event. We had heard of the 719 as a ...

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  • by | February 14, 2012 4:49 AM

    The Nokia Lumia 800, together with the Lumia 710, will land in Australia starting March. At the end of last month we've heard that the Lumia 800 will be available from carriers like Optus, Telstra, and Vodafone as well as through all major retailers in the country. According to Chris Carr, Nokia Australia and New Zealand Managing Director, the Lumia 710 will go for $379 outright, and the Lumia 800 for $699. The carriers for the Lumia 710 are Optus and Virgin Mobile. As far as the white Nokia Lumia 800 is concerned, the manufacturer told the world it will be available in several countries, ...

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  • by | February 13, 2012 11:08 AM

    When Nokia announced the Lumia 900 last month, it marked the end of a lot of speculation into what the company was planning for its follow-up to the Lumia 800 and 710. Now, with the 900 well on its way to arriving, that guesswork is turning to future Nokia Windows Phone devices. We hear a rumor about one such model, supposedly the Lumia 730, this morning. Chinese site WPDang reports that Nokia may be planning to unveil the Lumia 730 at this month's MWC. Very few details of the phone's hardware have been revealed, but from the sound of things, this could end up as something like an ...

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  • by | February 13, 2012 2:04 AM

    The Nokia Lumia 800 was GSM only until now -- not that we didn't know about CDMA plans. The picture above, and the ones below, seem to feature the new CDMA Nokia Lumia 800 which will be landing in China pretty soon. It looks like the Lumia 800 will be available in China via China Telecom starting March. It will come in black, white and cyan color flavors and will feature a CDMA radio which will allow for operation on the carrier's network. The Nokia Lumia 710 is also expected in the same timeframe and the Lumia 900 -- most probably that device Nokia showed off accidentally -- will also be ...

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  • by | February 7, 2012 11:00 AM

    Nokia's launch of the Lumia 800 has been largely successful, even if the phone itself may have arrived to market with a few issues in need of attention. Nokia's been on top of getting updates out to the phone, already delivering a series of patches aimed at improving battery performance, and with more on the way targeting camera and audio issues. Lest you think the 800 is getting an unfair share of the company's attention, today we're seeing reports of a problem with its cousin the Lumia 710, along with signs of a Nokia response. Nokia's support forums are full of dozens of reports, going ...

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  • by | February 1, 2012 7:50 AM

    The Nokia Lumia 800 not only was available in the U.K. since the very beginning -- being one of the countries that got the phone in the initial wave -- but it also enjoyed excellent feedback from the market. Nokia has made an official announcement on Twitter that the younger brother, the Lumia 710, is available, as of now, in the U.K., joining the Lumia 800. We've also recently heard that the two Windows Phones from the Finnish manufacturer will be available in March in New Zealand. The Lumia 710 features a Qualcomm MSM8255 1.4GHz processor, 3.7-inch ClearBlack WVGA screen, 512MB of RAM, ...

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  • by | February 1, 2012 3:49 AM

    Just yesterday we heard that the Nokia Lumia 800 will be landing in Australia on Optus, Telstra, and Vodafone -- as well as through all major retailers in the country -- in March. We're now hearing good news about a New Zealand availability. According to a recent Nokia New Zealand tweet, both the Nokia Lumia 710 and the Nokia Lumia 800 will be available in March. The Lumia 710 will be exclusive to Telecom New Zealand while its bigger brother, the Lumia 800 will be part of both Telecom New Zealand and Vodafone's line-up. If you, by any chance, are not familiar with the two Lumia Windows ...

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  • by | January 31, 2012 6:20 AM

    The Nokia Lumia 710 on T-Mobile was launched (and available initially) for $49.99 with a new two-year agreement, but certain retailers managed to give the phone away for free, given you agree to the contract. However, the Lumia 710 is now listed online at T-Mobile for $39.99 which is ten dollars less than what we've seen officially from the carrier. There are no details regarding a certain period of time in which this offer is valid so it's kind of safe to assume that the price will remain $39.99 (online). Additionally, if you switch to T-Mobile or add a new line, the carrier will throw in ...

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  • by | January 29, 2012 1:20 AM

    The new Nokia Lumia phones have been seeing some excellent reviews. Many people are very happy with the new direction Nokia has taken in an attempt to reverse their decline in market share. However, as futuristic and beautifully designed as the new Nokia phones are, a lot of commenters in Nokia's social network sites jokingly wrote that all they really need is the old "Snake" game from the classic Nokia phones of the 90s. It seems that Willem from Amsterdam decided to put together a Windows Phone game that replicates the old pixelated, small-screened, black & white version of the classic ...

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  • by | January 26, 2012 9:53 AM

    The Nokia Lumia 710 is by all means not a flagship device. For all intents and purposes this is designed to be an inexpensive low-end smartphone. You won't find anything particularly fancy in this device, but that's the point. Many people don't want anything terribly expensive and fancy. Many people just want something functional and reliable and that's what Nokia's going for with this deviceĀ… albeit while giving consumers a cheap way to get in on the gorgeous and very highly rated new Windows Phone operating system. Is the Nokia Lumia 710 worth the very low price of admission or should ...

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  • by | January 26, 2012 8:14 AM

    Nokia made its Q4 2011 financial numbers public and the company is reporting a solid fourth and closing 2011 quarter performance. Q4 net sales are around $13.6 billion (EUR 10.0 billion) and 2011 2011 net sales reported are roughly $50.96 billion (EUR 38.7 billion). There were 19.6 million smartphones that Nokia managed to sell in the last quarter compared to 28.6 million the year before. However, Nokia shifted its principal strategy to adopt Windows Phone back in February of last year. Out of the 19.6 million smartphones sold in Q4 2011, Nokia sold "well over 1 million" Lumia devices "to ...

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  • by | January 20, 2012 6:11 AM

    Stephen Elop was talking (not only) about Nokia's Windows Phones in an interview in Las Vegas with the occasion of CES, an interview from which we already heard that the CEO doesn't want fragmentation to be a problem for Windows Phone, as it if for a certain "other" ecosystem. About the Nokia Lumia line, Stephen Elop said that there will be more models coming, something the company has been saying for quite some time. "710, 800, 900, and there is going to be more" are the words Elop used saying that he kind of likes "the fact that it was just a few weeks ago that people in the United ...

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