(update : Nokia has now corrected the page and it clearly says that the Lumia 710 comes with no microSD slot).
Nokia announced a second Windows Phone handset at today's Nokia World conference, the Lumia 710 which is a curvier, hipper version of the Lumia 800.
Like the latter, the 710 has a single core Qualcomm S2 SoC (the MSM8255) clocked at 1.4GHz, 512MB RAM, a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen with a WVGA resolution (and the ClearBlack sticker slapped on it), microSIM and Windows Phone Mango of course.
The rest though sounds a lot like a first generation Windows Phone handset. 8GB onboard storage, a five megapixel rear camera, FM Radio, HD video recording, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microUSB and a 1300mAh battery that can power the phone for up to 7.6 hours talk time.
It's worth noting that according to the specs of the phone (opens in new tab), the Lumia 710 comes with a microSD card slot which allows users to expand the onboard storage up to 24GB. It's a shame though that it supports only 16GB models, whilst the whole Asha range supports 32GB microSD cards.
Software-wise, it comes with Bing Maps, Nokia Drive, Nokia Music, Nokia Store, Office but no Xbox Live apparently. The phone - which will be available in black and white - will be out soon and will cost 270 Euros.