Network
DataEdge, HSDPA, HSUPA
Size/Design
AntennaInternal
DesignBar
Dimensions4.69" x 2.46" x 0.49" (119 x 62.4 x 12.5 mm)
Headset Jack3.5 mm
Keyboard/ButtonsTouchscreen
Side KeysYes
TypeSmartphone
Weight4.4 oz. (125.5 g)
Battery
Standby Time6.9 hours
Talk Time400 hours
Type1300 mAh
Display
MultitouchYes
Resolution800x480 pixels 3.7" WVGA
Touch ScreenYes- capacitive
TypeTFT, TFD, LCD (Color)
Camera and Video
Camera Features720p video capture, auto-focus
FlashLED
Megapixels5.0
Data Messaging
Instant MessagingYes
Text MessagingMMS, SMS
Music and Multimedia
GPS NavigationYes
Music PlayerYes
Speaker PhoneYes
Connectivity
BluetoothYes, v2.1
E-Mail ClientYes
Memory8 GB internal, 25GB SkyDrive cloud storage
Memory Card SlotTransFlash, MicroSD
Operating SystemWindows Phone 7.5 Mango
Processor1.4 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255
USB PortYes
Web BrowserYes
Wi-FiYes
Organizer
AlarmYes
CalculatorYes
CalendarYes
Phone Book
Multi Numbers per NameYes
Photo Caller IDYes
Ringer IDYes
Other Features
Flight ModeYes
Multiple LanguagesYes
Vibrate AlertYes

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Nokia Lumia 710 Black

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Mar 12
TSGoodman
TSGoodman
"It just works and works well!"
Overall
4.8
Having used an HD7 and HTC Radar I find I prefer using the Nokia, It has great speed and good camera quality. Everything works well and the screen has great color representation. The Nokia Lumia 710 gives you the best bang for your buck when it comes to buying a smartphone. You cannot find a better phone/price when it comes to reliability and features.

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Nokia Lumia 710 Black

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Sydney Myers

Nokia Lumia 710 Written Review by Sydney


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And so begins Nokia 's long journey back into the U.S. smartphone market. The Lumia 710 represents hope, not only for Windows Phone , but for Nokia as well. Nokia has a long history of dominating the cell phone market. For most of us, the first cell phone we remember seeing was probably a Nokia. However, the Finnish company hasn't done so well in the American market in recent years. Sure, things are still going fine overseas, but they would like to stake a claim in the U.S. market. For... more...

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