T-Mobile USA announced today that it plans to exclusively carry Nokia's Lumia 810 in the "coming weeks." The 810 is a variant of the 820, built specifically for T-Mobile's network with the usual carrier branding on the front of the device. The device, with a 4.3-inch display and interchangeable covers, differs slightly from the 820 in looks and dimensions. The Lumia 810 also includes an 8-megapixel rear camera and support for wireless charging via additional covers.
T-Mobile's Lumia 810 will also include support for the carrier's 4G network. No pricing or exact availability has been revealed, but we expect T-Mobile to stock the Lumia 810 in early November. Microsoft is holding a special Windows Phone 8 launch event on October 29th, where we'll likely hear more about device availability.