Nokia Lumia 810 now free on T-Mobile's website with signed 2-year pact
The difference between the Nokia Lumia 810 and the Nokia Lumia 820 is the lack of LTE connectivity on the Lumia 810 (no LTE for T-Mobile, of course), the slightly larger battery on the T-Mobile model (1800mAh vs. 1650mAh), and the larger capacity microSD slot on the Nokia Lumia 820 (64GB vs. 32GB). There is also a difference in the sensor on the front-facing camera which is 1.3MP on the Nokia Lumia 810 and .3MP on the Nokia Lumia 820.
source: T-Mobile via WMPoweruser
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1. Whodaboss posted on 25 Dec 2012, 19:13 3 1
Got this phone a month ago at Target for $60.00 and luv it! I knew this day would come, but it was time to replace my HD2.
3. Galen20K posted on 25 Dec 2012, 21:13 1 0
Actually the best varient of the Nokia Lumia 820, best battery best microSD capacity and best ff camera out of all the versions. Yes it may look plain looking, but I actually dig the exterior looks vs the Att/Verizon version. This is coming from somebody w/ a GS3/Nexus4 daily driver combo.
4. cornerofthemoon posted on 25 Dec 2012, 23:31 0 0
I just got one. It looks great with the optional cyan battery cover.