Nokia Lumia 710 Review

| November 2, 2011 | Comments

Hot on the heels of the Nokia Lumia 800 is Nokia’s latest and newest Windows Phone offering in the shape of Lumia 710. This newest gadget from Nokia promises to offer a frugal option for those who’d like to get their hands on a Windows Phone gizmo, but don’t want to dig too deep into wallet reserves to fund it. Bursting in at $270, the 710 can be picked up in European areas during the start of 2012, followed by a worldwide rollout.

The 710 has had a face lift – designed and launched to appeal to a younger audience market. The nifty inclusion of interchangeable coloured rear covers (choose yellow, fuchsia, white, cyan or black) to suit particular mood and taste will certainly appeal to the younger generation or even those who are more mature in their standing!

Coloured cases are most certainly a welcome blast from the past return, but the software in this lady is definitely not from the age of the dinosaurs. The Lumia 710 houses a 1.4GHz processing heart, 3G, obligatory Wi-Fi, IE9, Bluetooth, loads of HTML5 apps and plenty of memory at 8GB. It also possesses a plentiful 512MB RAM, sitting next to included graphics processing and hardware acceleration performance.

Front side on, this Nokia gadget has a large 3.7 inch display on offer which is going to provide a feast for the eyes with it’s 800×480 display resolution capabilities. Boasting a ClearBlack TFT, this apart from looking pretty, also gives owners the handy ability to read their screens in direct, dazzling sunlight.

On the back of the 710 sits a neat 5MP camera that does all the hard work with its integrated auto focusing and LED flash combined. Aspiring movie directors will make use of the video recording on board which is HD in format and the bundled social networking integration of major players such as Twitter and Facebook will be eagerly lapped up by many.

Check the Nokia site Here for more details on the Lumia 710.





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