The Nokia Lumia 710 is the second Windows Phone the Finnish company has made and while it’s a bit more basic that the flagship Lumia 800, it’s still very similar and capable. And now - even more affordable.
The Lumia 710 price on T-Mobile is only $49.99, but it was slashed to zero with a two-year contract. To get it, you’d just need to visit the closest brick and mortar Microsoft Store, or order online.
The price of the handset has dropped sharply in various other markets like Canada, India and Russia. In Russia, for example, it now costs 35% less than the original price, and currently retails for around $325 (9,890 rubles). Some analysts raise a valid point that this should mean that Nokia is not enjoying great sales of its Lumia lineup, and expect the flagship Lumia 800 to also see its price slashed soon.
What are your impressions about Nokia Windows Phone sales, a success or not?