T-Mobile Lumia 710
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.
Strong performance for a budget device.
Nokia apps and smart Windows OS.
Inexpensive but still feature-rich.
Bargain priced smartphone with solid specs and good quality.
Shape and materials.
Comes with enough built-in apps and services (ESPN, Netflix, The Weather Channel, My Account) to be convenient, but not overburdened.
Comes in black or white.
Uneven call quality.
Front buttons aren't easy to use.
No mobile hotspot feature.
Camera is 5 megapixel instead of 8.
Camera is not Carl Zeiss optics.
8GB non-expandable memory.
No front-facing camera.
By TechSpot on January 17, 2012
The Lumia 710 won't turn any heads or break any new ground, but it's not meant to either. It is a solid smartphone that offers a simple interface, quick performance, great call quality, and decent battery life - and at T-Mobile's $49.99 asking75
By IT Reviews on January 25, 2012
Review date: 25 January, 2012. Review by: IT Reviews Staff The Nokia Lumia 710 is basically an entry level version of the Finnish Windows Phone 7 launching pad device - the Lumia 800, which incorporated the radical new user interface from Microsoft....80
By Pocket-lint on January 24, 2012
The Lumia 710 is perfect at showing that you don't need to have powerful expensive specs to still get a phone that is enjoyable to use day-in, day-out....90
By SlashGear on January 24, 2012
In the T-Mobile Nokia 710 comes the first push by Nokia to re-enter the United States mobile market with Windows Phone in tow, and with this little gem comes a broad sweep for the middle market including those switching from other operating systems to...-
By Mobile Choice on January 24, 2012
If you’re after a Windows smartphone but your budget is tight, the Nokia Lumia 710 is a dependable and fun little mobile. Those with extra cash in the bank will prefer the Lumia 800 however....80
By GSMArena on January 20, 2012
The Nokia Lumia 710 has to share what's left of the spotlight with its Lumia 800 sibling - the one with the fancy unibody and AMOLED screen. Looks aside though, the two aren't that different and the 710 does come cheaper. The screen could have...-
By ThinkDigit on January 19, 2012
The Lumia 710, more so when considering the price, should be on your shortlist if you are considering a Windows Phone 7 umm…phone. It is neck and neck with the Samsung Omnia W in terms of overall performance. The Omnia W is lighter and slimmer...80
By Tech2 on January 14, 2012
The Nokia Lumia 710 is priced at Rs. 18,500 (MOP). At this price, it directly compares to the SE Neo V Android phone we reviewed earlier. The only problem some people might have with this phone is that there is no expandable memory (if you’re not...70
By Tom's Hardware UK on January 09, 2012
Nokia's Lumia 710 is designed to make Windows Phone 7 accessible to the masses. How does it fare under our test suite? You might be surprised. We're starting down the path of smartphone testing with a different take and a few exclusive...-
By PCWorld on January 06, 2012
The Nokia Lumia 710 is a nice U.S. introduction to the Finnish company's foray into Windows Phone, but it leaves me wanting more. I was impressed with the Lumia 800 and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that we'll see a higher-end Nokia Windows...60