Lower end smartphone will join the 800 in the UK as Nokia attempts to claw back some market share lost to Apple and Android.
Nokia is set to roll out the Lumia 710 in February in the UK, joining the Lumia 800, according to reports from Nokia UK.
Lumia, built around a 3.7-inch WVGAscreen, is available in a choice of six colours and runs on Windows 7.5 OS.
The phone sports a 5MP camera, HD video recording, 8GB of storage, 512 MB SD RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, among others, and is powered by 1.4GHz Qualcomm processor.
The tile-based user interface of the Lumia 710 has access to Facebook and Twitter and by switching the backplate, users can personalise apps downloaded from Windows Phone Marketplace.
The Lumia range uses the Microsoft OS, following an agreement reached between the two companies a year ago.
In an earlier statement, the company said the Nokia Lumia 710 would be first shipped to Taiwan and then to Russia, Hong Kong and finally Europe.
The pricing of this device is yet be revealed.
The Lumia 800 and 710 were unveiled by Nokia boss Stephen Elop at an event in London last October. He described the phones as the "rebirth" of Nokia in the smartphone battle with Apple and Android.