Finally, Nokia Windows Phone have been introduced after the compilation of leaks and speculation. Nokia will be hoping to recreate its business and getting a foot contain the smartphone market. Nokia at this time went one giant breakthrough and declared two Windows Phone 7.5 Mango smartphones- Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 – at Nokia world.
As you would expect it gives a little bit better hardware in comparison to almost all of the Windows Phone weve seen so far. Its going to be interesting to ascertain how Microsoft gets take advantage of Nokia’s control in Asian market. This honey-moon will definitely bring more interesting low-cost handsets keeping Asian users in the mind.
Exciting part is this CEO Stephen Elop has already announced that India will get these Windows Phone prior to end of 2011. Instead of narrating both devices in this posting, we will break them in various post for better recognizing and comparison.
Nokia Lumia 800 full specification is as followed Powered by Windows Phone Mango 7.5 OSnokia- lumia-800-specification 1.4 GHz Single core Qualcomm MSM8255 Processor
3.7” AMOLED capacitive touch screen with the curved glass body 480 x 800 pixels resolution 16 GB memory (no micro-SD slot) 512 MB RAM
8MP Camera with modern Carl Zeiss optics and double LED Flash HD video Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n EDGE/GPRS Class B
WCDMA Micro USB support Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR USB 2.0 support 3G HSDPA support (14.4 Mbps)
Bluetooth stereo audio Notes, Calendar and detailed contact information application GPS, A-GPS,CellID, SA-GPS and Wi-Fi positioning navigation support Radio
Social networking integration via People Hun (Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, email, chat, SMS) Dimension: 116.5mm x 61.2mm x 12.1mm Wight: 142 g Hardware keys: Power, camera and volume keys
Available in three vibrant colors: cyan, black, magenta Nokia Lumia 800 definitely may seem like a device to appear out for within the coming days. Its going to be launched in a number of countries as well as cost is around €499.
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