So we know that the Nokia Lumia 710 will be launched in the US on T-Mobile, and the good news is that the page for purchasing the device has gone up on T-Mobile’s website. You can’t place an order (or pre-order) just yet, but it appears that things must be rolling along pretty nicely and should be set for the originally planned 11th of January 2012 launch of the device.

Interestingly it will also come with Nokia’s SmartStart which will basically give you an hours worth of setup assistance on the phone from Nokia themselves. We’re guessing this is probably Nokia’s way to helping to ease new users of Windows Phone into the groove of things, which admittedly is a pretty smart move at reducing the confusion and apprehension that comes when adopting a brand new platform.

For those who may have forgotten, the Nokia Lumia 710 is Nokia’s affordable Windows Phone offering. It packs a 3.7” WVGA display, a 1.4GHz processor and will come with Windows Phone Mango on board. It will also set you back $49.95 on a two-year contract. [T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 710 page]

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