Ah, the wonders of a FCC document and the kind of information that it holds inside. A copy of the manual of the Nokia Lumia 710 that is available over at the FCC showed, without a shadow of doubt, that the Nokia Lumia 710, the lesser of the two recently introduced Windows Phone handsets, will be making its way to T-Mobile in due time. While the FCC filing happened on October 21st which is nearly one and a half months ago, this particular image shows off the Nokia Lumia 710 complete with T-Mobile branding, pulled right from the pages of the manual itself, so that there is no way to throw any more confusion or doubt as to which carrier the smartphone is going to arrive at.

Makes perfect sense after all, as the Nokia Lumia 710 is incidentally the only Windows Phone device that is featured on Nokia’s US site, although it would have been far better for the Finnish phone company to actually make their flagship available Stateside – don’t you think it makes perfect sense to put your best foot forward, as you never have a second chance at making a first impression?

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