Oct 27, 2011
The Nokia Lumia 710 which was unveiled yesterday along with the Lumia 800 was the first batch of Windows phone devices to be introduced to the public. These siblings were known to be the first real Windows phone according to Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop. The Lumia 710 which is a lower-end phone compared to Lumia 800 also sports almost the same features like the Nokia’s ClearBlack technology but with the exception for the display that comes in WVGA. It is powered by Mango OS that have multitasking, improved Web browser and WiFI hotspot mode feature.
Similarly the 710 has extra features like ESPN sports hub for that sport geek within you that can give you the latest news, stats and scores of your favorite sports teams. It also has an integrated car navigation app known as Nokia Drive that can guide you turn-by-turn to reach your destination smoothly. This app supports maps for more than 100 countries giving you peace of mind that you can reach your favorite restaurant easily. The package also includes app that will allow you to listen to your favorite music with the introduction of Nokia Music store and Mix Radio streaming.
Display: 3.7-inch ClearBlack WVGA* display; 800×480 resolution
Processor: 1.4 GHz single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon
Memory: 512 internal RAM
Storage: 8 GB onboard storage*
Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1; 802.11 b/g/n WiFi; micro-USB port
Camera: 5 megapixel* with LED flash
Talktime: 7 hours
Music playback: 38 hours
Weight: 4.5 ounces
Colors: Back Covers (Black, White, Cyan, Fuchsia); Front Covers (Yellow, Black, White)
Installed with an operating system from the creator of Windows 8, you should expect similar interface analogous to Metro UI Theme. We should expect that Nokia Lumia 710 will be seen first in Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan before the year end that will cost you $375. See the video below for some of the exciting features of Lumia 710 phones.