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T-Mobile drops price on Nokia Lumia 710 to $39.99 after rebate

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T-Mobile drops price on Nokia Lumia 710 to $39.99 after rebate
What does it mean for Windows Phone that T-Mobile is already cutting the price of the Nokia Lumia 710 by 20%? And it wasn't like the original launch price was such a hardship, either. After a $10 haircut, the new price tag reads $39.99 (after a $50 rebate) with a signed 2-year pact. With the MWC coming in less than a month's time, the natural inclination is to think that the carrier is cleaning house before introducing a new model. But the rumored Nokia Lumia 900 variant allegedly heading to T-Mobile, possibly the Nokia Lumia 910, supposedly won't be available for the nation's fourth largest carrier until Q2.

When you think about what you are getting for just $39.99, it sounds like a great deal for those looking for an entry-level smartphone. The Nokia Lumia 710 offers a 3.7 inch, WVGA display with pixel density of 252ppi. A Qualcom MSM8255 single-corer 1.4GHz processor is under the hood with 512MB of RAM along for the ride. 8GB of native storage is onboard and on back is a 5MP AF camera with LED flash. The camera captures video at 720p (30fps). At the launch price, the Nokia Lumia 710 was considered a good deal; with a $10 haircut, it is now a 20% better one.

source: UnwiredView


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Nokia Lumia 710 specs
  • Display 3.7 inches 800 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB,
  • Battery 1300 mAh
  • OS Windows Phone 7.5 Mango
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