Nokia Lumia 800 & 710 Now On Sale In India, First Lot Of Owners Get A Free XBOX 360

Both the Nokia Lumia 800 and the Lumia 710 officially went on sale today in India, marked by a special event at the Nokia Store in Gurgaon’s Ambience Mall.

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As you can imagine, the store was packed to the hilt and there was a Lumia 800 shaped cake to go along with the festivities.

Nokia Lumia 800 & 710 Now On Sale In India, First Lot Of Owners Get A Free XBOX 360

The icing on the cake was that those who had pre-orded their devices at that particular store, walked away with a free XBOX 360 along with their shiny new Lumia 800. To top that, Nokia has also invited Tennis star Sania Mirza over for the sales kick-off.

Officially, the Lumia 800 priced at 29,999 and the 710 at a cool Rs. 18,999 but I suspect that the market operating price would be slightly less.

I quite like the Lumia 800, and you can find my hands on here. The Lumia 710 being 11,000 INR cheaper than the Lumia 800 presents a lot of value for money, specially because it has much of the same internals and processing power as its elder sibling; hands on here.

Here are a few pictures from the launch, our friends at ZCJ have a bunch more.

Nokia Lumia 800 & 710 Now On Sale In India, First Lot Of Owners Get A Free XBOX 360

Nokia Lumia 800 & 710 Now On Sale In India, First Lot Of Owners Get A Free XBOX 360

Are you planning on picking up either of these devices anytime soon?

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2 thoughts on “Nokia Lumia 800 & 710 Now On Sale In India, First Lot Of Owners Get A Free XBOX 360”

  1. The best phone I had ever used. To be frank I am a iPhone fan boy who used iPhone for almost three years before switching to Android. And both are boring now. Nothing new had come up after first iPhone.

    This is the one I was looking for , Windows Phone is really good and innovative. I love to hate Microsoft, but this one I should say, ” Well done Microsoft and Nokia ” !!! Thanks you brought my life back into a refreshing smoothness like the Windows Phone UI.

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