Combines the social and Internet experience of Windows Phone with the ability to take pictures in almost any conditions, claims the company
Nokia has introduced Nokia Lumia 710, which will reach stores in several markets, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, India and Russia in the next seven days, and continue its global roll-out over the coming weeks.
Nokia Lumia 710 combines the social and Internet experience of Windows Phone with the ability to take pictures in almost any conditions and share with friends in seconds, as well as it allows users to access many popular apps, including Nokia services.
The new smartphone features a People Hub which displays all call, text, email and social network interactions with any individual contact in an integrated view, with the ability to group contacts and pin favourite groups and individuals to the start screen for live updates and easy access to the people who matter most.
In addition, the new phone includes Nokia Drive which delivers a personal navigation device (PND) with free, turn-by-turn navigation and dedicated in-car-user-interface; and Nokia Music which introduces MixRadio, a free, global, mobile music-streaming application that delivers 100s of channels of locally-relevant music.
It comprises 5MP camera; Windows Phone release 7.5; 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor; 512MB program memory; 8GB internal user memory; and has up to 7.6 hours of 3G talktime.
The Windows Phone provides faster, easier Web browsing experience with Internet Explorer 9 and one-touch Bing search, the company claims.
With Nokia Lumia, users can create personalised channels from a global catalogue of millions of tracks and the Gigfinder which is integrated in Nokia Music.
Nokia Music provides the ability to search for live local music for a complete end-to-end music experience and the ability to share discoveries on social networks and buy concert tickets.