Here at Nokia's press conference at CES, the Finnish company just announced what we so nicely asked for: a Nokia-made Windows Phone, in the U.S. In fact, Nokia's going to have two: the Lumia 710 will hit T-Mobile, and the Lumia 900 is coming to AT&T.
Windows Phone, especially with its newest update, is a damn fine mobile operating system, but also one lacking a truly killer phone. We were holding out hope that Nokia's first Windows Phone smartphone would be the one to get, and it just might be--the Lumia 800 is the first Windows Phone that's as eye-catching as the OS inside. Nokia also announced the 800's little brother, the 710, which is no slouch either.
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