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Did you watch The Dark Knight Rises this weekend? Did you spot a Nokia phone or some kind of product placement? Me neither. I expected to see a Nokia phone in the movie because of all the promotion Nokia has been running for the movie. Did we miss it? Was the scene edited out?
If you’re looking for a budget Nokia Windows Phone with specs close to the Nokia Lumia 800 and 900, there’s a deal right now on the Nokia Lumia 710. It’s now available at T-Mobile USA without an annual contract for $249. For a limited time, they’re also offering a free $50 refill card, ultimately giving you a brand new Lumia Windows Phone for only $199.
Last night, I attended the Nokia Lumia 710 launch from Smart in Manila Philippines. The device will be exclusive to the carrier’s postpaid subscribers. There were formal announcements in the beginning and one huge party afterwards with DJ Erick Morillo.
Typing this now from the airport as I head over to Manila to attend the Lumia launch parties in Manila, Philippines. Globe will be launching the Nokia Lumia 800 tonight, while Smart will be launching the Nokia Lumia 710 tomorrow night. Event flyers after the break.
Not only does Rogers Canada get the low price of about $250 outright for Nokia Lumia 710, but they also get a pentaband version. This means the phone will work on any 3G GSM network in the world once it is unlocked. HowardForums user, ali123, purchased one today from Rogers (850/1900MHz), got an unlock code, and started using it with WIND Mobile (1700MHz). Video after the jump.
The Nokia Lumia 710 will be Nokia’s first Windows Phone device in Canada and it just got priced. The Nokia Lumia 710 will be $254.99 CAD ($251.62 USD) without contract at Rogers Wireless. Table with pricing for 1-year, 2-year, and 3-year contracts after the jump.
The Nokia Lumia 710 just launched at T-mobile, but there’s another Windows Phone device the carrier is offering that may sway customers away. It’s the HTC Radar. The Nokia Lumia 710 costs less than the Radar, but it appears that HTC’s device offers more features. Here’s my video comparison. Take a look.