First press photo of T-Mobile’s Nokia Lumia 710 is here

T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 710

There are no doubts that T-Mobile IS getting the Nokia Lumia 710. Such a device has already cleared the FCC and now we have the first press image to show you. Sure you can tell everyone could add T-Mobile’s logo there, but something tells me this is the real deal which will most likely be announced on Wednesday, December 14th, which is two days from now.

We’re hearing both black and white versions of the Lumia 710 will be available, along with the interchangeable back covers.

Again, Nokia’s Windows Phone Mango-powered smartphone comes with a 3.7-inch WVGA touchscreen, HSPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth and 8GB Of built-in storage. We’re hoping T-Mobile (and other U.S. carriers for that matter) won’t stop with this model and will also include other Nokia Windows Phones like the Lumia 800 (which seems to be selling well in Europe) as well as the upcoming Lumia 900. We’ll see…

[Via: PocketNow]

  • Gregory C Newman

    I may be wrong but I feel that more than 1 Nokia Windows smartphone will be shown at this Nokia T-mobile event because Carriers normally donot have all this hoopla at an1 event
    over 1 smartphone, but then again Nokia must let the American People know that they are here to do business selling windows smartphones. This is defiantly a good advertisement venue’for Nokia. a lot of People want smart phones but have tight budgets the Nokia 710 will cost at least a hundred less than the Nokia 800 but uses the same CPU  and operating system as the  Nokia 800 so a person will get the Mango 7.5 experience but wont have amoled screen or a half the storage memory

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