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Lumia 710 Windows Phone users are reportedly in trouble and so is Nokia, the manufacturers who is not known to disappoint its customers at any cost. A bug is causing difficulties to the users and the mischief it causes includes call disconnecting and a lot other problems that Nokia wouldn’t be proud of. The bug is not to be found in any other recent releases of Nokia under the same category but the low cost Lumia handset from Nokia, the 710.
Many users of the handset has reported trouble in disconnecting the calls from the screen interface, and in most of the cases the call disconnect button does not respond even after tapping it for so many times. Another reported flaw of the handset is that the battery life is being affected due to the problem said above.
Following these failures in performances of the Nokia Lumia 710 handsets, the customers of the same has been asking for a refund through the support forums of Nokia. Nokia care centres are unable to provide an apt solution for this problem so consulting the respective customer care centres of Nokia isn’t going to do much help.
Nokia meanwhile has apologized for the malfunctioning of their devices and assured they are working on the matter and assured a quick solution for fixing the bug. Nokia through its blog addressed its customers and said that the experts at Nokia is close to finding the perfect fix for the detected Bug and that it will be made available via Zune at the earliest. However a date is not mentioned in the statement.
Adding to the statement, Nokia clarified the error to be not as serious as it seems. They said though the tapping of disconnect button in the screen interface is disconnecting the call, the user interface fails to move the disconnect button from it. This means that the users are not being billed for, in fact a disconnected call that seems to be connected. In short, the main issue is the interface freezing while disconnecting the call.
Nokia Lumia 710 however isn’t that bad a handset. It’s basically an entry handset based on a Windows OS. The handset is having a stylish design with its exchangeable back covers that comes in variant colours of black and white and also cyan, fuchsia, yellow etc. The handset has a 3.7 inch LCD screen display which is Clear Black.
A 5 mega pixel camera is provided in the back with features like autofocus and LED flash. Lumia 710 is well powered with a 1.4 GHz processor like in a much upgraded Lumia 800. Also it’s supported with 512 MB RAM and 8GBb onboard memory storage.