T-Mobile added another Windows Phone 8 handset today by announcing the Nokia Lumia 810. A variant of the previously announced Lumia 820 that's optimized for T-Mobile's network, the Lumia 810 will be available "in the coming weeks."
The Lumia 810 will deliver a 4.3-inch display, interchangeable covers in cyan and black, an 8-megaixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, a 1.2-megapixel front-facing shooter, Nokia Music and Nokia Maps, and support for T-Mobile's HSPA+ data network. The carrier did not announce pricing, but like the earlier Lumia 710, it should come in at under $100 with a contract.
Nokia first announced the Lumia 820 and its higher-end sibling, the Lumia 920, at an event in New York City last month. And just last week, AT&T said it will add both handsets to its lineup by early November.
The Lumia 810 follows the HTC Windows 8X, which T-Mobile announced in September. For more on the Lumia 810, check out T-Mobile's press release.