Microsoft has just announced that T-Mobile will be jumping aboard the Windows Phone 8 bandwagon by releasing the Nokia Lumia 810 this fall for its customers. The phone is similar in specs to the Nokia Lumia 820 but comes with certain exclusive features just for T-Mobile.
“The Lumia 810 is an exclusive to T-Mobile. Inside you’ll get the similar specs as the Lumia 820 – 4.3inch ClearBlack display and 8MP Carl Zeiss camera, etc. – but you’ll also get a 1.2MP wide-angle Skype HD certified front-facing camera that’s 720p video-capable, a long-lasting 1800mAh battery, and optimizations to make it screaming fast on T-Mobile’s 4G network,” Microsoft stated in an official blog post. The Nokia Lumia 810 will arrive this fall to T-Mobile in black, but according to Microsoft, you can swap out the case for different colors. According to the guys over at WPCentral, the Lumia 810 is a little bigger but surprisingly weighs less than the Lumia 820. Also, the Lumia 810 allows you to talk at least 3 hours longer than you could on the Lumia 820. So there you have it. Similar phones yet somewhat different.Microsoft, Windows Phone 8