T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 810 Review- Solid entry level Windows phone

The new Nokia Lumia 810 exclusive to T-mobile, features Windows Phone 8 interface makes this the most intuitive Nokia yet. Scratchproof Corning Gorilla®Glass makes the 4.3” OLED WVGA ClearBlack display as durable as it is beautiful. Great new apps give you more ways to make your phone your own. Advanced 8 MP camera with Carl Zeiss® optics grabs the tough shots. Nokia’s exclusive Smart Shoot and Panorama features capture faces and broad vistas with amazing results. . Nokia Music gives you virtually unlimited music. Get the latest tracks. Create your own channels. Enjoy 150+ channels with over 1,000,000 songs. Organize and share playlists over social media, stream concerts, buy and download songs for offline play. (Your service provider may charge for data transmission.) As with its older sibling the Nokia Lumia 810 is packed with features from a hardware and software perspective that set it apart.

For Starters you still have the same high sensitivity display technology that allows for the use of gloves with the device; and the ability to get wireless charging with replaceable back plates. Then the is the slew of Nokia apps, from navigation to Nokia Music. That ensures the user will have something to fully enjoy with the device.

There are many things to love about the Lumia 810 as there are a few to hate. For starters the design is hideous, rather than stick to the more conventional styling of the Lumia 820, its corresponding sibling. The Lumia 810 exclusive on T-Mobile takes a very Bezel friendly shape. That sets it back in to early 2000’s era smartphone. But I will, say besides the design the build feels solid. and the Lumia 810 feels like a device that will survive every drop and fall you put it up to. But in the long run, what matters is the quality of the experience.; here is where the Lumia 810 lives up to the Nokia pedigree. With excellent battery life, great call quality and a slew of Nokia apps that will add to your smartphone experience. My one main grip is the pricing of the device, which I feel falls into the $50  entry level smartphone category. But still a  great starter smartphone from Nokia on T-Mobile in the Windows Phone 8 Family.