If you’re fan of Nokia or you’ve just in the market for a new smartphone, which won’t break the bank, then the Nokia Lumia 710 is a phone you may well be considering.
Running Windows Phone 7.5 (aka Mango) the Nokia Lumia 710 joins the Nokia Lumia 800 in Nokia’s line-up. Both were initially announced at Nokia World last year, but while the Lumia 800 launched last November, we’ve had a bit of a wait for the Lumia 710 to become available in the UK.
Retailing at £199 (check out our Nokia Lumia 710 best prices and deals here) on pay as you go, it’s more a mid-tier than budget smartphone. But that doesn’t stop it offering some great features, including a 1Ghz processor, 3.7-inch touchscreen and access to the Windows Market with 60,000 apps, including Angry Birds, What’s App Messenger and Sky News.
If you’re not familiar with Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system it’s well-worth checking out. We’ve found it one of the simplest OS’s to use, with a ‘metro’ style interface composed of tiles that run vertically up and down the screen. Drag these tiles around the homescreen and add shortcuts to favourite contacts and apps.
So what’s the Nokia Lumia 710 like? Is it good for movies, music or browsing? Check out our video review below or read our full review here.