The Nokia Lumia 710 is Nokia’s mid-range device in between the 610 and the 800. Although it’s being named a mid-range phone, it doesn’t mean it can’t stand up with its bigger brother specs wise. This device includes; Windows 7.5 Mango operating system, a 3.7″ Clear Black TFT display, 5 megapixel camera, 8GB of internal storage and a 1.4GHz single-core processor.
The phone is very well built, with a classy edge to edge fascia and a colourful back plate. The phone is very responsive in everyday use and the interface is very attractive. It has the ability to add multiple Windows Live accounts as well as Gmail, and Exchange, which goes to show the email client is one of the best.
Being Windows, its integration to Office 365 gives you full access to your Exchange Online mailboxes, along with Sharepoint hosted documents and Lync Instant Messaging and Presence right from your phone.
The 710 uses Internet Explorer 9 as its default browser and is very fast and responsive, including a double tap to zoom in making websites easier to read.
One of the biggest features of the 710 is the Nokia Drive, which is a free Sat Nav only for Nokia phones, no registration fees and no monthly payments for the duration of phone usage.
The device performs well under pressure handles and can multi-task with ease giving a great user experience. I would recommend this phone to anyone looking for a competitively priced handset that doesn’t compromise on performance.