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T-Mobile's Nokia Lumia 810 is a thick brick of a smartphone. While it won't win any awards for style, it does fulfill all the important Windows Phone functions.
Since the Lumia 810 runs Windows Phone 8, it comes with the new start screen. You'll be able to adjust live tile sizes and make more use of the screen.
The green lettering you see here is just a trick of the light, but the 8-megapixel lens and dual-LED flash are the real deal.
The Micro-USB charging port is on the bottom, flanked by speakers.
I'm a fan of Nokia's button designs. The volume rocker (at right in the picture above), power button (center), and camera shutter button (left) stick above the body, making them easy to find and press.