Midmarket Price

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Midmarket Price

Nokia and T-Mobile are pricing the Lumia 710 at $49 in the United States with a two-year contract, clearly aiming at a U.S. midmarket increasingly dominated by Google Android devices.

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Apps

The Lumia 710 features access to Microsoft's growing collection of mobile apps, in addition to Nokia-specific ones, such as Nokia Drive.

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Hubs

The Windows Phone interface offers a set of subject-specific "hubs" (such as "People") that group applications and Web content, in contrast to other smartphone interfaces and their gridlike screens of individual apps.

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Battery

Nokia rates the Lumia 710's maximum 2G talk time at 6.9 hours and maximum 3G talk time at 7 hours.

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ScreenThe Lumia 710's 3.7-inch touch screen includes what Nokia calls "ClearBlack," which it claims makes blacks deeper and colors pop.

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Processor

The Lumia 710 is backed by a 1.4GHz processor.

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Camera

Here is a look at the Lumia 710's 5-megapixel rear camera.

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Color Options

In the United States, the Lumia 710 is being offered in either black or white.

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Nokia Plans

Nokia executives have hinted that the Lumia 710 is just the start of a much larger road map of product releases, which could very well include the higher-end Lumia 800.

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Big Hopes

Both Microsoft and Nokia hope the new device will gain traction among users, and help both companies establish a more substantial presence in the U.S. smartphone market.

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