Starting today, T-Mobile’s customers in the United States can take advantage of the benefits that Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8 operating system flavor has to offer to them.
Lumia 810, T-Mobile’s own version of Lumia 820 from the Finnish handset vendor
, comes to the market with this OS on board, and is now available for purchase.
The new smartphone was released on the operator's website
with a price tag of $149.99 attached to it with the signing of a two-year contract agreement on a qualifying plan and after a $50 mail-in rebate.
The new smartphone arrives on shelves with a 4.3” Nokia ClearBlack display with super sensitive touch, capable of delivering a 480 x 800 pixel resolution.
is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor complemented by 1GB of RAM, while also featuring 8GB internal memory, expandable via a microSD memory card slot with support for up to 64GB of additional storage space.
Furthermore, the new smartphone sports an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with support for full HD video recording, as well as with a front camera to provide users with video chatting capabilities.
“Capture, share, and relive all your perfect moments with the Nokia Lumia 810’s amazing 8MP camera, with Carl Zeiss optics, HD video, and video chat,” T-Mobile notes.
“And with Nokia Drive’s voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation and Nokia Transit, you can get virtually anywhere you want to go.”
The specifications list of the new mobile phone
also includes Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR capabilities, support for the carrier’s fast network, Mobile HotSpot, NFC, 3.5mm stereo audio jack, and the like.
Nokia Lumia 810 was also launched with support for wireless charging, though it requires the acquisition of an additional shell to enable users to take advantage of the feature.
“Adding a charging station and wireless charging shell makes charging your Nokia Lumia 810 easy—just place it on the stand to charge it wirelessly. And while your NFC-enabled phone is charging, the stand can launch the app of your choice—like a clock or Nokia Music,” T-Mobile notes.