Nokia Lumia 800

October 26, 2011 by staff 

Nokia Lumia 800Nokia Lumia 800, Today at the Nokia World 2011, Nokia officially launched its first phone based on Windows mobile phones.

Long wait from its strategic partnership with Microsoft was announced in February, the Lumia Lumia Nokia 800 and Nokia 710 can not be surprised, but certainly impressed. Our hands-on time with two new smartphones at the show:

LUMIA 800 : La Lumia Nokia phone 800 is the premium of the couple. It has a 3.7in AMOLED screen that appears to sit directly under the tip of the finger, instead of hiding behind a layer of glass – the damage we are concerned about how safe it was, but then Nokia has a reputation for well designed and durable mobile phones. 800×480 screen resolution is the same as other recent Windows mobile Phone.

The screen gives way to perfection in what Nokia describes as a “one-piece injection molded polycarbonate”, also claimed a better choice for wireless reception. The phone measures 117x61x12mm, so it’s not the thinnest I’ve seen from a distance, which weighs 142g fairly typical.

Without doubt, it feels great in hand, however, with smooth outer shell showing easy and comfortable to hold. It is available in cyan, magenta and Black, so there are some fun options for those who are bored with the monotony usual shades. These colors correspond to colors on the screen in Windows Phone used to achieve a sleek integrated look.

Nokia does not seem to be entering a battle with the specification of other phone makers. As with all existing telephone handsets Windows, there is no dual-core processor, so no surprise there, but the Qualcomm MSM8255 chip running on a fast 1.4GHz. The Windows interface is incredibly sensitive Phone without delay to our posts or small delay in the launch of applications.

There are only 512 MB of program memory, compared to 1 GB in most high-end Android phones, but again this is normal for Windows Phone devices to date. One could argue that the operating system has a lot to take part, the installation of a lot of applications do not need – or more critical compared to other operating systems should not be many Windows Phone applications available anyway.
The eight-megapixel camera produces well balanced performance in the classroom, but could not get an Internet connection to send the results to ourselves. Only 720p video recording, although we had the opportunity to test this enough to comment. There are 16 GB of internal memory for storing music, photos and videos, no memory card slot (as with other devices on Windows).

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