Orange and Three have joined Vodafone in confirming they will be carrying the Lumia 710 when it lands next month.
Pricing for the handset has yet to be confirmed. But, given its mid-range-y spec sheet, you can bank on it being a good deal more wallet-friendly than its big brother, the Lumia 800.
Unveiled late last year and seen as a key plank of Nokia’s strategy as bids to turn around its smartphone business, the Lumia 710 features the familiar Windows Metro tile-based user interface, but sweetened with some exclusive Nokia navigation and music services.
Elsewhere, its spec sheet takes in a five megapixel snapper with HD video recording – down from the eight megapixel number on the Lumia 800 – and a 3.7-inch ClearBlack display.
And rounding things off is 8GB of internal storage and a 1.4GHz Scorpion processor to keep everything running David Niven-smooth.
Interested parties can sing up for availability updates with Orange now, with the handset due to go on sale on February 1st.
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