Just a few weeks after the Windows Phone 8X was announced to arrive on T-Mobile’s platform later this fall, they have mentioned that the Nokia Lumia 810 will also be thrown into the mix, being a true blue exclusive to T-Mobile. Just what makes the Nokia Lumia 810 different from the Nokia Lumia 820? Well, apart from the obvious name difference, shared similarities include a 4.3” ClearBlack display as well an 8-megapixel Carl Zeiss camera amongst others, in addition to a 1.2-megapixel wide-angle Skype HD certified front-facing camera which is capable of shooting video in 720p resolution. The 1800mAh battery ought to last the Lumia 810 for an entire day, and while it comes in black on T-Mobile, fret not – there is always the option to swap out the case for different colors. The remaining pieces of information that we are now waiting for would be pricing and availability details.
Having said that, this would most probably mean that the rumored Lumia 822 that appeared on Verizon’s catalogue would in all probability, be a somewhat similar variant of the Lumia 820, albeit for Verizon Wireless. When will the Lumia 920 get its own variants?
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