T-Mobile made its contribution to the growing Windows Phone 8 hype today, revealing a new Nokia model, the Lumia 810, and announcing that it will be available on the carrier's 4G network.
The Lumia 810 offers some similarities to one of Nokia's other Windows Phone 8 devices, the Lumia 820, including a 4.3-inch, OLED WVGA Clear Black display, as well as the ability to add on wireless charging abilities in the form of an interchangeable shell (available in cyan or black).
Other features of the Lumia 810, which will be available exclusively through T-Mobile, are going to include an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1.2-megapixel, "Skype HD certified" front-facing camera.
It will also feature support for Nokia's various software add-ons, including the Cinemagraph, panorama, and Group Shoot photo settings, as well as Nokia City Lens and Nokia Music.
T-Mobile and Nokia have yet to announce pricing details or a specific release date, but the telco did say that the Lumia 810 would be available "in the coming weeks," presumably sometime around the October 29 launch date of Windows Phone 8.
Rival AT&T will be offering two other Nokia Windows Phones, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820.