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The Nokia Lumia 710 has a 3.7-inch, WVGA (480 x 800 pixel) display. It sports a 5 megapixel camera and LED flash, and a loud and clear external speaker. Like most Windows Phone 7.5 devices, the Lumia 710 does not support microSD cards. The Nokia Lumia 710 is powered with a 1.4GHz Qualcomm processor and 512MB of RAM. The Windows Phone interface gets out of your way easily, and apps are quick to open more often than not.
Exclusive suite of apps (Nokia Drive, Nokia Maps, Nokia Music).
Good build quality.
Windows Phone 7.5 OS is a much more refined experience than its predecessor.
Nokia Drive turn-by-turn navigation is free.
Solid battery life.
Sleek and fluid UI.
Excellent social networking integration.
Free voice-guided sat nav.
Enough built-in apps and services (ESPN, Netflix, The Weather Channel, My Account) to be convenient, but not overburdened.
Comes in black or white.
Poor battery life and imaging quality.
Weak specs, including 8 GB of on board storage and no memory card slot.
Screen attracts fingerprints.
Screen size small at 3.7 inches.
Buttons hard to press.
No front-facing camera.
LCD screen not as brilliant as AMOLED.
Uneven Call Quality.
Limited 8GB of storage.
Front buttons aren't easy to use.
No hotspot option.
By TechSpot on January 17, 2012
Thanks to a fast processor and Windows Phone's attractive and snappy interface, the Lumia 710 is no slouch when you use it, and the phone benefits from solid call quality, decent battery life, and a usable camera. Read on to see whether the Lumia 710 can make a splash in the crowded U.S. smartphone market, or if it just another forgettable, entry-level device.
By Hardware Secrets on August 29, 2012
The Nokia Lumia 710 is a great entry-level smartphone. It has excellent hardware, is tough and reliable.Windows Phone 7.5 didn’t disappoint us. Several features are obviously “inspired” by the iOS present on Apple’s iPhone, which...
By TechSmart.co.za on June 07, 2012
After Nokia showcased the Redmond way forward with the Lumia 800 smartphone, the Finnish firm’s second smartphone within the Windows Phone OS-powered Lumia range, the Lumia 710, becomes available in South Africa. With this mid-range device, the...
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on June 04, 2012
Wow! At the end of another review and this really has been an eventful one with so much more to talk about than usual, with this being my very first windows phone 7 device I thought that I should try at least to get all of the features of the OS as...
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The Nokia Lumia 710 doesn't deserve first prize or Editors' Choice, but its performance, specs and price are enough to assure it a spot in the smartphone...
By Good Gear Guide on April 26, 2012
Nokia's Lumia 710 doesn't offer anything remarkable, but a slick user experience at a very competitive price makes it great value for money. At under $400, the Lumia 710 is a much better option than most lower-end Android...
By CNET Australia on April 24, 2012
Nokia doesn't cut too many corners in delivering the Lumia 710 on a budget, and the result is a full-featured phone for a fraction of what its competitors are...
By Bright Side of News on April 06, 2012
Taking all of our observations and assessments into account, we can without a doubt say that the Nokia Lumia 710 is the best mainstream phone on the market today. In conjunction with T-Mobile’s affordable data plans and plan pricing, the Lumia 710...
By Computeractive on April 03, 2012
It may not be anywhere near as stylish as the Lumia 800 but the Lumia 710 is otherwise very similar, and is better value too...
By PCWorld New Zealand on April 02, 2012
The Lumia 710 was the first entry-point for Nokia with Windows Phone in the New Zealand market, and also comes at an entry-level price of $549. And yet, the 710 actually shares a lot of specifications with its more expensive sibling, the Lumia 800....
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