In addition to the Nokia Lumia 800, Nokia also unveiled the Nokia Lumia 710 smartphone running under Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system.
The new device will arrive on shelves in black and white with black, white, cyan, fuchsia and yellow back covers, and should include features similar with those packed inside Lumia 800.
It will include the same 1.4GHz application processor as the Nokia Lumia 800
, so as to offer great performance capabilities at an affordable price tag.
The new device is expected to arrive on shelves with replaceable back covers that will range from all Windows Phone theme colors.
“The purposely built, no-nonsense Nokia Lumia 710 can be personalized with exchangeable back covers and thousands of apps to bring the Lumia experience to more people around the world,” Nokia notes.
“The Nokia Lumia 710
is designed for instant social & image sharing, and the best browsing experience with IE9.”
The same as the Nokia Lumia 800
, the new device will include Nokia Drive, a full-fledged personal navigation device (PND) with free, turn-by-turn navigation, and with Nokia Music, the new services that Nokia announced today.
It will also include MixRadio, a free, global, mobile music-streaming application, along with Gigfinder, so that users can easily find live local music.
The new device will arrive on shelves before the end of the ongoing year in Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan, and should be pushed to more markets in early 2012.
Ultimately, the new handset should be pushed to 31 operators and retailers in 6 countries, Nokia announced. Nokia Lumia 710
is expected to sport a price tag of around 270 EUR ($375) when made available for purchase.
“In addition to the existing products, which include coverage for WCDMA and HSPA, Nokia also plans LTE and CDMA products to address specific local market requirements,” Nokia announced.
The company also said that it plans on launching portfolio of products into the US in early 2012, and should also bringing it to mainland China in the first half of 2012.