Nokia lumia 710 vew and news

Nokia and T-Mobile deliver
a leading entry-level
Windows Phone experience
to the nearly 150 million
Americans still to make the
transition to smartphones. Bellevue, WA and Sunnyvale, CA
USA - T-Mobile USA, Inc. and
Nokia today announced the
upcoming availability of the Nokia Lumia 710, the first Windows Phone from Nokia in the United States. Targeted at the nearly
150 million Americans who
haven't purchased their first
smartphones, the Nokia Lumia
710, capable of running on T-
Mobile's 4G network, delivers high-performance hardware,
Nokia's best social and Internet
experience, and access to
popular smartphone applications
and services from Windows
Phone Marketplace. Running on America's Largest 4G
Network(TM), the Nokia Lumia 710 benefits from the unique people-first approach of Windows
Phone, bringing together all
interactions with family and
friends in People Hub. The Nokia
Lumia 710 also provides one-click
access to popular services, such as Netflix, T-Mobile TV with
mobile HD* and a leading mobile
Web experience with Internet
Explorer® Mobile, Bing(TM)
Search with voice activation and
Local Scout for locally relevant search results. The smartphone
also brings access to signature
Nokia experiences, such as Nokia
Drive for voice-guided, turn-by-
turn navigation and ESPN for
exclusive sports content. "We're excited to team with
Nokia in bringing its first Windows
Phone to the U.S. with the
elegantly designed Nokia Lumia
710," said Cole Brodman, chief
marketing officer, T-Mobile USA. "Windows Phone offers a
compelling mobile OS choice for
people who want a smartphone
built around them, their family
and friends. We expect it to
play a more prominent role in our lineup and marketing efforts
in 2012." Today, people are increasingly
upgrading to smartphones, and many are doing so for the first
time. According to the NPD
Group, U.S. smartphone sales
reached 59 percent in the third
quarter 2011, an increase of 13
percent since third quarter 2010. With an increasing demand
for smartphones, the Nokia
Lumia 710 offers a compelling
experience aimed at addressing
the needs of the nearly 150
million people in the U.S. who have yet to upgrade to their
first smartphones. "Our research shows nearly
everybody in the U.S. wants a
smartphone, but many believe
they can't afford it," Brodman
said. "That's where T-Mobile
shines. Our Unlimited Value and Monthly4G plans make it more
affordable than ever to step up
to mobile data on our 4G
network." "The Nokia Lumia 710 is the
perfect first-time smartphone: a
well-designed product that
delivers the most compelling
Windows Phone experience in its
price range and with access to great content and thousands of
applications," said Chris Weber,
president, Nokia Americas. "This is
the perfect first Nokia Lumia
experience and the start of our
re-entry into the U.S. smartphone market." Available in a black or white
finish, the Nokia Lumia 710
features a 3.7-inch ClearBlack WVGA scratch-resistant display
for outstanding outdoor viewing
and a Qualcomm 1.4 GHz
Snapdragon(TM) processor
providing speedy access to
entertainment and information on-the-go. It also features a 5- megapixel camera with Nokia's leading camera technology,
enabling people to take pictures
in almost any light condition and
share on social networks in
seconds. With the most
integrated work-life solution of any mobile platform via the
Windows Phone Office Hub and an
interactive mobile gaming
experience via Xbox LIVE®, the
Nokia Lumia 710 is the complete
all-round first-time smartphone experience. Availability The Nokia Lumia 710 is expected
to be available at T-Mobile retail
stores, select dealers and
retailers nationwide, and online
at starting Jan. 11. The Nokia Lumia
710 is expected to cost USD
49.99 after a USD 50 mail-in-
rebate card, with a two-year
service agreement and qualifying
Classic voice and data plan. For more information, visit http:// For more information on T-
Mobile's Unlimited Value and
Monthly4G plans, see: http:// *Mobile HD TV can deliver a bit
rate of 800kbps and 16:9
resolution; the bit rate and
resolution you experience will
vary based on many factors,
e.g., programming, network connection and device. About T-Mobile USA Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile
USA, Inc. is the U.S. wireless
operation of Deutsche Telekom
AG (OTCQX: DTEGY). By the end of
the third quarter of 2011,
approximately 129 million mobile customers were served by the
mobile communication segments
of the Deutsche Telekom group -
33.7 million by T-Mobile USA - all
via a common technology
platform based on GSM and UMTS and additionally HSPA+ 21/HSPA+
42. T-Mobile USA's wireless
products and services help
empower people to connect to
those who matter most. Multiple
independent research studies continue to rank T-Mobile USA
among the highest in numerous
regions throughout the U.S. in
wireless customer care and call
quality. For more information,
please visit http://www.T- T-Mobile is a federally registered trademark of
Deutsche Telekom AG. For
further information on Deutsche
Telekom, please visit
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world. Every day, more than 1.3
billion people use their Nokia to capture and share experiences,
access information, find their
way or simply to speak to one
another. Nokia's technological
and design innovations have
made its brand one of the most recognized in the world. For
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