The news came out in December of 2011 when Nokia and T-Mobile promised that the Nokia Lumia 710 would be up for sale from January 11, which is today. Stephen Elop checked the device, carrier and all other necessary data numerous times when he was on stage at the CES 2012. And as committed, the device is is available now for purchase.
The handset is available at a price of $49.99 on two-year contract basis and comes in white and black color. Stephen Elop, the CEO of Nokia, said that Lumia 710 is introduced to target basically those who are yet to jump onto their first ever smartphone. This phone gives a great build quality along with a revolutionary and fresh platform.
Just to remind, Lumia 710 comes with a processor of Qualcomm MSM8255 1.4GHz along with a screen of 3.7 inch ClearBack WVGA display. There’s RAM of 512MB along with 8-GB storage and LED flash-enabled 5-MP auto-focus camera. Some other key features include WLAN 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, A-GPS, micro-USB connector and battery of 1300 mAh power.