Nokia Lumia 800
With the arrival of the new Nokia Lumia 800(along with Lumia 710),the Finns have introduced their first smartphone to feature a Windows operating system in the form of the new windows mobile Mango os.
On the first look ,it does share a resemblance to the earlier n9 version, although the screen size is reduced from 3.9″ (854×480 pixels) to 3.7″ (800×480 pixels) to conform to the Windows Phone specifications. The CPU also has been propped up to the 1.4GHz MSM8255 Snapdragon/Scorpion which means that it is not only one o the fastest phones on the deck but also provides the os with an extra boost. The vivid colors and exelent contrast ratio provided by the 16-bit AMOLED ClearBlack display also helps to expand the entire Windows os experience but the smaller screen size is expected to be a draw back. It’s 116.5mm x 61.2mm x 12.1mm and 142g profile means that it is much more bulky when compared to it’s competitors.
It does come with a microSIM and microSD slots the battery is made inaccessible, although the battery life leaves much to be desired for a heavy user. The absence of NFC capabilities and front facing camera is also turning out to be recognizable drawbacks of the system.
As a whole it is a brave new venture for the whole company and a one we wish to pay off as well.
The nonsense phone from nokia….what were they thinking when they released this lumia series….no front cam….fixed memory….what the hell..and priced at 27k…do nokia really think that they cam compete with samsung galaxy sII and sony ericsson xperia…oh come on…..show some sense nokiaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!