Lumia 810 brings Nokia Windows Phone 8 magic to T-Mobile

Oct 8, 2012
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The T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 810 has been introduced as an exclusive release on the carrier here in the USA with Windows Phone 8 at its side. This device will be working with a lovely 4.3-inch OLED WVGA Clear Black display as well as interchangeable shells on its back in both cyan and black - rather similar to the Nokia Lumia 820 with changeable shell for wireless charging as well. The difference between that device and this one appears to be slight - mostly a name-change, as it were.

Users will be able to work with the Lumia 810's high-powered 8-megapixel camera on the back of this device with Carl Zeiss optics and HD video as well. This device also has a 1.2-megapixel camera up front that Microsoft notes is Skype HD certified. The Lumia 810 brings with it a collection of photo-friendly features such as Cinemagraph which will let you make animated GIFs - strange stuff! Another back-shooter-ready feature on this device is Group Shoot, allowing you to pick the best faces and smiles from a set of quickly shot photos of a group of people (or just one person, if you prefer.)

Of course you'll also have Nokia Music with a lovely collection of advertisement-free, registration and subscription-free music tracks. You've got offline play and playlist availability as well - also free - and the ability to access playlists created by "an expert team of global and regional musicologists." Sounds pretty nice right out of the box!

This device also works with Nokia City Lens, a GPS and camera-utilizing service which has you actually looking at the world around you with tags on businesses that you can access with a tap. This feature has been in the works along with Nokia Drive (for voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation) and Nokia Transit (for all the guides you could possibly need) for a very long time now - it's time for action! The Nokia Lumia 810 is set to release "in the coming weeks" from T-Mobile with a pricing structure attached - it'll also be working with T-Mobile's Unlimited plans - 4G to get pumped up!


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