Out of the two Windows Phones announced at Nokia World last week, the Nokia Lumia 710 is the more affordable, yet manages to look pretty solid.
The specs sheet isnt too far away from the Lumia 800, featuring an LCD screen instead of the AMOLED display on the 800, and the camera is at a lesser resolution, but its the same processor, just targeted towards a younger audience.
There’s a removable battery cover, available with different color options in-box to match the live tile colors on Windows Phone. It runs Windows Phone Mango just like the 800, and has the same Nokia-exclusive apps as well, along with voice-guided navigation.
Value for money? Sure seems like it. Supposed to hit stores in select markets before the end of the year.
Here’s an overview of the Nokia Lumia 710 by the product manager at Nokia World 2011.