The above picture shows off two very attractive things: Goldfrapp, one of my favorite music artists, and T-Mobile's variant of the Nokia Lumia 710.
According to a leak, T-Mobile has been pushing its sales representatives to get customers to buy accessories for the Lumia 710, along with the device itself. This push from corporate has been ramping up the past few days, as T-Mobile recently announced a special event in New York to announce the new Windows Phone from Nokia.
There's a possibility that there will be more than one Nokia handset introduced at that event; however, even if this is the only device to show up, it certainly will give T-Mobile a chance to gain more subscribers as the Lumia 710 would most likely be an exclusive for the carrier for quite some time.
Past the break is a picture of some of those accessories, neatly listed out in a brochure that will be handed out to potential customers on launch day. But who cares about the accessories? This will be the first Nokia handset to come to the States since the partnership with Microsoft! I'm excited to see what else Nokia will be bringing to the table, and it looks like I won't have to wait very much longer.