Nokia Lumia 810 coming to T-Mobile USA in the 'next few weeks'
October 9, 2012 at 11:55 GMT | By Darlington Moyo
We suppose this would be good news to T-Mobile customers in the US since the Nokia Lumia 920 has been confirmed to be an AT&T exclusive. T-Mobile USA has announced they are bringing the Nokia Lumia 810 to the United States. The Nokia Lumia 810 appears to be a Lumia 820 variant as it has near identical specifications minus LTE, however, it is optimized for T-Mobile's 4G network.
The device brings the same mid-range specs found in the Lumia 820 but appears to be different in design. The Nokia Lumia 810 comes with a 4.3-inch OLED screen that features a ClearBlack display, a Carl Zeiss 8-Megapixel primary camera and a front-facing camera that lets you conduct video chats in crystal clear HD resolution.
Just like the 820, the Lumia 810 has interchangeable charging shells that unfortunately only come in black and cyan. Being a Lumia, the device will obviously support Nokia-exclusive Windows Phone applications such as City Lens, Nokia Music, Nokia Transit and more.
Nokia's Conversations blog suggests the device will be available in the "coming weeks." Any of T-Mobile customers getting this device?
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