Nokia Lumia 800 Review


There’s a whole lot riding on the Lumia 800. Nokia’s first Windows Phone and the handset that will usher in – so the company hopes – a new era of smartphone relevance and a turnaround in fortunes. Question is, will the Lumia 800 be Finnish enough for long-time followers as well as mainstream enough for a new audience of smartphone users. Symbian may not have been universally appealing, but at least it was unique; has Nokia sidelined its independence alongside its faithful old platform?

The Nokia Lumia 800 was announced at Nokia World last week. It features a 3.7-inch AMOLED Clearblack display, 1.4GHz processor, 512MB RAM, and 8MP Carl Zeiss camera inside a beautiful polycarbonate unibody. Nokia Drive, Nokia Music, ESPN sports hub, and other apps will be exclusive to Nokia’s Windows Phone experience.

Out of the three devices, the Nokia Lumia 800 has the smallest battery at 1450mAh. The Lumia 800 is also the thickest at 12.1mm. It also does not have a front facing camera.

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