When we first heard that T-Mobile and Nokia were teaming up for an event next Wednesday, the first thing that jumped to mind was a report from back in November that claimed that the Lumia 710 may be Magenta-bound. Later in the day some evidence to support the possibility of a T-Mo Lumia 710 debut on the 14th came in the form of a FCC filing, which contained a device manual with several images of a T-Mobile-branded Lumia 710, and now The Verge has shared an image that further validates that rumor. As you can see above, T-Mobile has given sales representatives some documentation that shows off several Lumia 710 accessories and offers ways to convince customers to pick them up alongside a shiny new Windows Phone.
Obviously we'll have to wait until the evening of December 14th to learn once and for all what Nokia and T-Mobile are unveiling at their event, but it's looking increasingly likely that the Lumia 710 will be a part of the show. Of course, whether or not there'll be other devices there or if the 710 will be all by it's lonesome is still a mystery. Some folks may be a bit bummed if the 710 is indeed the star of Wednesday's show, but considering that it'll likely be the first Nokia Windows Phone officially on U.S. carrier, I wouldn't be surprised if Nokia and T-Mobile felt the need to hold an event just for it. What do you folks think of this news? Excited at the idea of a Lumia 710 on T-Mobile? Still hopeful for an appearance from the Lumia 800 next week? Shout it out below!
Via The Verge