T-Mobile to Get Nokia Lumia 810

T-Mobile to Get Nokia Lumia 810

Nokia announced on their Conversations blog that their Lumia 810 is coming to T-Mobile USA.  Read on for details.

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T-Mobile USA is getting the Nokia Lumia 810, which appears to be similar to the 820 that was announced as coming to Verizon.  Here is the announcement:

T-Mobile USA today announced they’re bringing the Nokia Lumia 810 to the United States. A beautiful smartphone that brings the best of Windows Phone 8 along with a sharp-shooting camera, the Nokia Lumia 810 also brings a minimalistic design and industry-leading navigation services.

Expected to be available in the coming weeks, Nokia Lumia 810 comes packed with a sharp and gorgeous 4.3-inch OLED screen that features a ClearBlack display, meaning your colors will pop and blacks will be deep and dark. Want to add some personality to your phone? No problem, the Lumia 810 makes this possible with interchangeable charging shells that come in black and cyan and let you charge your phone without hooking up a wire at all.

Picture perfect

We’re proud to have Carl Zeiss as a long-term imaging partner, and Nokia Lumia 810 carries an 8-megapixel camera accompanied by a Carl Zeiss lens. If you like making video calls, you’ll be happy to know that Nokia Lumia 810 has a front-facing camera that lets you conduct video chats in crystal clear HD resolution.

Making use of the new Lens capability, Nokia Lumia 810 owners will be able to capture memories with Cinemagraph, a built in animated-photo creative studio; wide-bodied panorama photos and Group Shot – which gives you the capability to take that perfect group photo by assembling everyone’s wonderful smiling faces.

Know where, now!

Nokia is quickly becoming known as the where company – giving Lumia owners crucial information on what’s going on around them as well as how to get there. Nokia City Lens is an easy-to-use app that overlays information about restaurants, shops and hotels as you look at a building. Think of it as a “heads-up” display for your daily life.

Additionally, with Nokia Drive, you’ll never get lost with voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation that works even when you’re out of reach of a mobile signal. If you are reliant on public transportation, Nokia Transit will help you hop onto buses and trains in major metropolitan areas with ease.

Also preloaded on the Nokia Lumia 810 is Nokia Music, offering free music streaming from a collection of over 17 million tracks. Nokia Music lets you create playlists from your own tastes, or select from hundreds of specially curated mixes drawn from the Nokia Music collection. What’s more, you can download these playlists to listen to anywhere. Nokia Music doesn’t require a subscription or sign-up and it’s completely free.

All in all, the Nokia Lumia 810, powered by T-Mobile’s ultra-fast 4G network and value data plans, is an amazing phone that comes in a beautiful package.

Stay tuned to NokiaUS on Twitter and Facebook for the latest on pricing and availability.

Check out the Nokia blog post here to see some additional product shots. Nokia has yet to post specs, but this really looks like the 820 released for T-Mobile.  T-Mobile has issued a press release, but includes no useful information beyond this announcement.

So how about it?  Are you interested in a mid-range Windows Phone 8 device on T-Mobile?  If so, this is your opportunity to pick one up, sometime in November (to be confirmed) at a yet-unknown price.  Sound off in the comments and let me know what you think!

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