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:

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    In celebration of the launch of the new Nokia Lumia 710, T-Mobile is running a sweepstakes where you can win one for free. All you have to do is let them know what smartphone features you like the best and of course enter your name and contact info in the web page below. Four winners will get a free Nokia Lumia 710. You might be thinking that's no big deal since you can get one of those for free at Costco or Walmart anyway (with a new 2 year contract), but actually the contest also includes 1 year of free T-Mobile service in addition to the phone. I'm not sure if that's unlimited voice ...

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    Ask any Google executive about Android fragmentation and you will hear the same answer: there is none, it has no impact or it could really be regarded as a positive thing, as Eric Schmidt referred to differentiation. Ask any of the competing executives and you'll hear nothing but the fact that Android is indeed fragmented. "We think Android is very very fragmented and becoming more fragmented by the day" is a quote you might remember back from the days of the late Steve Jobs. "We don't want fragmentation being introduced into Windows Phone because we are beginning to see how in a certain ...

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    We've heard a lot about Nokia's desire to offer some very budget-priced Windows Phone hardware. While Microsoft's strict hardware requirements have promoted a high-quality user experience, they've prevented manufacturers from delivering handsets that might be better priced for developing nations. We expect to see Nokia start filling that void later this year, but for the moment, it has its Lumia 800 and 710 to deal with. As the phones continue launching in different markets around the world, reports are arriving that carriers are already putting the pressure on Nokia to drive-down its ...

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    While it will cost you nothing to grab the T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 710 from Walmart with a two-year contract the phone will go for $379.99 outright. Costco will be taking that to a whole new level, as you can see in the screenshot that landed in our Inbox. $269.99 is the price listed and we're being told that Costco will also throw in a free car charger as well as a leather case (plus the price could be lower with an upgrade). The only color featured will be black and according to the info we received, only a very few major Costco locations will actually carry the product, and even that will ...

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    If you thought that $49.99 on a two-year contract is a good price for the Nokia Lumia 710 on T-Mobile -- after it became available on January 11 -- you'll like Walmart's latest offer. How about grabbing the Lumia 710 for nothing? If you sign a two-year contract the phone can be yours for free if you get it from the retailer. $0 is a great price on anything especially if we're talking about Nokia's first Windows Phone device in the U.S., with a Qualcomm MSM8255 1.4GHz processor, a 3.7-inch ClearBlack WVGA screen, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage and five-megapixel auto-focus camera with LED ...

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    When we get to see a leaked release roadmap from a carrier, sometimes the information it contains isn't very precise. It may represent some long-term plans for the carrier, and the arrival of certain models may not be placed with any more certainty than the month, or even the quarter, when that hardware's expected. We find ourselves in very much the opposite boat here today, with a T-Mobile roadmap providing some very precise release dates, but not naming the phones in question. According to this find, here's the release schedule T-Mobile's expecting for Q1: January 11: one device January ...

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    Back in April 2011 CNN announced its Android client for those rocking a Google-powered smartphone that want to always be connected to the news. Nine months later, CNN announces its Windows Phone application, taking heavy advantage of the Metro design guidelines. The Windows Phone CNN app "will provide the latest news and video from CNN's reporting around the globe". Besides the panoramic structure, the application will fully support Windows Phone Mango, users being able to pin sections of the software to Home Screen. Real-time news updates will be shown on the app's Live Tile and, "for the ...

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    You may have already seen some new commercials from T-Mobile that feature the new Nokia Lumia 710, but now Nokia is advertising their first Windows Phone in the U.S. as well. The new commercial reminds us of the style that Apple has used with their iPhone ads. You've got a big hand holding the phone while a soft male voice tells you about it in a conversational manner. Nokia uses a slightly more interesting animated backdrop however, and also decides to reveal the meaning of life. Do you think this will help more people become aware of Windows Phone? Is that the same hand model from the ...

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    Nokia is not only trying to differentiate itself from the competition in Windows Phone-land by creating designs like the Lumia 800 or 900 but they also bundle titles with their phones which enrich the user experience of a Lumia owner. Stephen Elop, while on stage at CES talking about the new Lumia 900, said that Nokia Lumia owners will get first access to games made by EA. The idea is reflected in the press release for the AT&T Lumia too, where the Nokia-EA partnership will "bring over 20 of the world's most popular games to the Windows Phone marketplace, coming first to Nokia Lumia ...

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    Nokia and T-Mobile launched the Lumia 710 back in December of last year when they said it will be available starting January 11, which is today. Stephen Elop referred to the device, carrier and date several times while on stage at CES and, as promised, the phone is now available. It comes in white and black flavors, both going for $49.99 on a two-year contract. According to the CEO of Nokia, the Lumia 710 is targeted for those consumers that didn't make the jump to a smartphone, by delivering a great build quality with a fresh, fun and revolutionary platform. As a reminder, the Lumia 710 ...

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    After the Nokia event in Las Vegas where Stephen Elop proudly announced the first Nokia LTE Windows Phone, the Lumia 900, the first ever Windows Phones from the manufacturer will be coming to Canada as part of the Espoo-based company's plans to re-enter the North American market. Current and future subscribers of Rogers Canada will be able to choose the Nokia Lumia 710 (in February for $49 on contract) -- which in also on T-Mobile in the U.S. (on January 11 for $49.99 on a two-year contract) -- while those on TELUS Canada will have the opportunity to grab the Nokia Lumia 800 (available in ...

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    Looks like Nokia didn't forget about Canada when it decided to come to America with its Lumia 710, which is expected on T-Mobile's network towards the middle of the month. According to recent reports, the younger (and to some, the uglier) brother of the Lumia 800 will be Canada's first Nokia Windows Phone. And, since they're already treating the two markets in a similar way, it's just normal that the Nokia Lumia 900 (aka Ace) flagship will be heading up north too. We're yet to find out details related to exact pricing, availability and carriers but according to MobileSyrup, first choice ...

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    Nokia is expected to launch (at least) the Lumia 900 Windows Phone on AT&T, often referred to as the "Ace", at the upcoming CES in Las Vegas. Together with the Lumia 710 on T-Mobile, it will represent Nokia's Windows Phone attack on the U.S. market. But what comes after the Lumia 900/Ace? Nokia will already have three Windows Phones out there (together with the Lumia 710 and the Lumia 800). According to a recent report -- treat this accordingly --, Tango-powered phones should follow soon. The Windows Phone Tango update will be able to bring lower-spec'ed devices to the market, hopefully ...

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    Windows Phone fans in the US are understandably excited about the Lumia 710's rapidly-nearing debut on T-Mobile. With the 800 still waiting in the shadows, the 710 will be the first chance Americans get to check out a Nokia Windows Phone device. If you were hoping to get your hands on one early, we saw one lucky owner put a single 710 up on eBay near the end of last month; unfortunately, the auction was stopped before it had a chance to run its course. While we may all have to keep waiting until January 11 for some access to the 710, it looks like T-Mobile is in full-swing of getting ready ...

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    Nokia entering the Windows Phone game, while waved-off by some, is applauded by many and the first two devices to come from the Espoo-based company running the Redmond-made platform are enjoying great popularity and feedback from the market. However, by the time Nokia Windows Phones reach the Chinese market -- which recently became the largest mobile market on the planet -- in the second half of 2012, the Finnish phone maker will be definitely facing fierce competition. Windows Phones made by prestigious manufacturers like Samsung and HTC will give Nokia a hard time on the market. These ...

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