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Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 Go On Sale in India. Come With Helicopters, Boats, Luxury Cars, & Celebrities
Both the Nokia Lumia 800 and the Nokia Lumia 710 will be available in stores December 16th in India. The marketing around it is crazy! Nokia is paying for tolls, picking up consumers in luxury cars, helicopter flights, dinners, parasailing, and more. I wish I was there to witness it all. Have fun, India!
We got our hands on the Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile during a launch party in New York City. We previously played with the international version of this device many weeks ago at Nokia World, but this one is specific to T-Mobile in the US. It’s the same device with the addition of some apps from T-Mobile.
Before being taken to the The Dark Knight Rises prologue screening in the UK, Nokia gave away limited edition Nokia Lumia 800 devices to 40 lucky viewers. The Nokia batphone has a batman logo laser-etched on the back and comes packaged in a black box. Photos and video after the jump.
The Nokia Lumia 710 for T-mobile is now official after several leaks. Nokia’s first Windows Phone device in the US is remaining mostly stock with the addition of T-Mobile TV, T-Mobile My Account, and Telenav GPS. It’s expected in stores January 11th for $49.99 with 2 year contract.
Pocketnow received the user manual for the Nokia 803 which includes an illustration of the device. They think it could be the next imaging flagship from Nokia which upgrades the Nokia N8. My eyes are telling me the screen is about 3.2 inches. Photo after the jump.
Nokia is currently testing 4G LTE versions of its Lumia 800 smartphone for AT&T and Verizon according to a report from CNET. Windows Phone doesn’t yet officially support LTE and carriers test many devices that don’t make it to retail, so don’t expect it anytime soon. I’m a fan of the download and upload speeds on 4G LTE, but concerned about battery life.