• T-Mobile announces new Windows Phone: the Nokia 810

    T-Mobile just announced the Windows Phone 8 powered Nokia Lumia 810. I'm not sure how the 810 is different from the 820. Looking at the picture the design appears to be slightly different. Compared to the pictures of the 820 I took at the Nokia launch the 810 looks like it has harder edges whereas the 820's are more rounded.

    Like 820 the 810 has a 4.3" WVGA (800x480) OLED display. Details on the processor, storage, RAM weren't mentioned.

    Nokia Lumia 820

    The banding on the 810 will probably be different too. I'm guessing it will supports AWS DC-HSPA+

    Like the 820 the 810 supports wireless charging if you buy a different cover. It will also come with Nokia Music.

    Pricing and launch date weren't announced.

    T-Mobile and Nokia Introduce the Nokia Lumia 810

    An exclusive T-Mobile device, the Nokia Lumia 810, coupled with T-Mobile’s Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data, gives customers a truly unlimited Windows Phone 8 experience

    BELLEVUE, Wash. — Oct. 8, 2012 — T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Nokia today announced the upcoming availability of the Nokia Lumia 810 — an exclusive to T-Mobile. The new Windows Phone 8 smartphone offers an enhanced camera, simple design and integrated navigation features. Combined with the only unlimited nationwide 4G data plan, T-Mobile customers will see a superior value with the Lumia 810, the latest addition to T-Mobile’s expanding lineup of Windows devices.

    “We’re providintg our customers with a unique Windows Phone 8 experience by offering an exclusive device paired with our Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan and a comprehensive set of enhanced features,” said Andrew Morrison, vice president of product management, T-Mobile USA. “The Nokia Lumia 810 gives customers speedy, 4G access to T-Mobile’s nationwide network and the content and features they want, whenever they need it. From navigation tools to an enhanced camera, the Lumia 810 provides a great value and a high-quality experience.”

    “The Nokia Lumia 810 features a sleek design and high-quality hardware, combined with the efficient and intuitive Windows Phone 8 operating system,” said Olivier Puech, President, Nokia Americas. “When combined with applications such as Nokia Drive and Nokia City Lens, the Lumia 810 ensures that T-Mobile customers are getting the best experience possible out of their smartphone.”

    Sleek Unibody Design and State-of-the-Art Wireless Charging
    Featuring a 4.3-inch OLED WVGA Clear Black display, the Lumia 810 offers high-end performance in a compact package. The new smartphone is powered by Windows Phone 8, making it easy for users to personalize their device and experiences and always stay connected to friends and family. T-Mobile will offer exchangeable shells in cyan and black, which will allow the device to take advantage of Nokia’s convenient and innovative wireless charging solution.

    New High-End Camera Features to Capture and Share Quality Photos
    With an 8-megapixel camera engineered with Carl Zeiss optics, the Lumia 810 takes crisper and sharper pictures, bringing memories to life. The device also features a new 1.2-megapixel Skype HD certified front-facing camera, providing a high-quality mobile video chat experience. With the Lumia 810, users can capture, share and relive life’s moments with new camera features such as Cinemagraph, a lens that creates animated GIFs, as well as panorama settings and Group Shoot, which allows the customer to choose the best faces and smiles from a burst of photos and stitch them together to produce the perfect group shot.

    Enhanced Navigation Experience
    The Lumia 810 also comes with new and enhanced navigation features including Nokia City Lens, which overlays information about restaurants, shops, hotels and more on the surfaces of buildings, providing a new augmented reality experience. The smartphone also provides a comprehensive, integrated mapping experience through new enhancements to Nokia Drive, a voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation system, as well as through Nokia Transit, which provides directions to a location using public transportation.

    Easier Entertainment
    The Lumia 810 also comes with Nokia Music, which features playlists that are curated by an expert team of global and regional musicologists, spanning a wide spectrum of music genres. Completely advertisement-free, and requiring no registration or subscription, Nokia Music allows consumers to enjoy the songs of their favorite artists without disruption. Nokia Music can also be enjoyed offline so consumers can listen to their favorite playlists anytime, anywhere.

    The Nokia Lumia 810 is expected to be available in the coming weeks. For more information on T-Mobile’s devices, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/. For more information on T-Mobile’s Unlimited Value and Monthly4G plans, see: http://family.t-mobile.com/phone-plans.
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    Comments 10 Comments
    1. cyberstoic's Avatar
      cyberstoic -
      Will this have Sd Card expansion like the 820? That would make it more palatable for me
    1. Big Ang's Avatar
      Big Ang -
      Very little of the specs were announced, unfortunately. The 810 is taller and thicker (same width) as the 820, so it is very likely that like the 820 it will have removable storage. But it would be nice of T-Mobile or Nokia to release all the specs.
    1. buckeyegoose's Avatar
      buckeyegoose -
      Agreed, I'm looking at getting this but wont tilli know it has the SD slot, made that mistake on the HD7
    1. dutchtender's Avatar
      dutchtender -
      3 posts. and this is why winphone8 is in deep kimche.
    1. whacker's Avatar
      whacker -
      Tsk, tsk; so impatient!
    1. qsub's Avatar
      qsub -
      There's no SD slot. What a giant fail from Nokia, otherwise this probably would of been their best phone offering IMHO.
    1. N900Fan's Avatar
      N900Fan -
      There is a SD slot. Details are now up on T-Mobile's website. Link:

    1. Crav4Speed's Avatar
      Crav4Speed -
      T-Mobile really needs the Lumia 920 or 910 or whatever they want to call it on their network. They have the SG3 for android and they don't carry the iPhone... They need higher end phones and a Lumia 920 variant would be perfect.
      Sent from my Venue Pro via the HowardForums WP7 App
    1. jamssx's Avatar
      jamssx -
      I agree I would prefer the 920, but ATT paid for exclusivity. In any case let's assume the exclusivity only lasts a few months, TM could then bring it onboard at exactly the time the first LTE locations go live and it would be a good phone to tie in with that....
    1. MERLINER's Avatar
      MERLINER -
      i didn't buy the 710 when it was on sale ($150).
      i'll just get this online and keep my plan/features.
      if this could do wifi-calling, and pureview-winner!