Compared to the Lumia 800, the Nokia Lumia 710 comes across as less elegant, more fun and slightly kitschy. The last two observations stem from the fact that it comes with a largely plastic contoured body and the option to interchange its back cover (sold separately; but no price information yet). Like the 800, the 710 comes equipped with a 1.4GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. What's different is that the Lumia 710 features a less impressive, less saturated TFT touchscreen, a smaller storage space of 8GB and a 5-megapixel camera with a standard lens (not Carl Zeiss). The Nokia 710 is well-differentiated by these factors and is clearly catered for a crowd looking for an affordable Nokia Windows Phone 7.5 option (hence, the much lower price tag). Hardware aside, both phones are powered by the same Mango OS alongside nifty Nokia software additions.
Key highlights of the Nokia Lumia 710