Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Nov 25, 2015
Release Date: Nov 14, 2011
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EASIER . FASTER . FUNNER. Advanced Windows phone with Nokia's Quality
Nokia added this device to its Lumia family to provide the customers with a mid segment smartphone. The screen itself feels so rich and premium that it is very to difficult to keep it aside. A spectatcular camera just adds to the perfomance of this smartphone which gives the desired result in any time of the day. Nokia carries an image of trust and longevity among its users. User’s will surely love this smartphone as it is strong in features and is available in 4 vibrant body colours. The only drawback is lack of secondary camera and low RAM. User’s that do not want to hurt their pockets as well as want to enjoy a different OS experience in a smartphone must go for this device.
It will take crowds erupting in delight to silence the ring of the "burning platform" speech in the Nokia Lumia 800`s ears. The speaker being Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and the burning platform Symbian. As Nokia are starting over, the Lumia 800 would do well not to look back. It`s certainly beyond the ifs and buts. A shadow still lingers though. And there are people out there - loyal Nokia users too - who would`ve jumped in the fire with MeeGo rather...
Photographing the Lumia 800 is an exercise in deja vu. Except for the addition of a dedicated camera key, the relocation of the dual-LED flash, and the introduction of capacitive Windows Phone keys up front, this is the N9. I\'d usually be first to protest if a company decides to recycle a design quite so flagrantly, but in this case, it\'s more a matter of why wouldn\'t you? My lasting impression of the N9\'s case was that it was akin to Apple\'...
Pros: Excellent design Attractive display Brightest future of any recent Nokia phone
Cons: No Internet Sharing Fiddly volume rocker and lock key No front-facing camera
Here`s our Nokia Lumia 800 review. When the Fedex shipment tracker said the Nokia Lumia 800 was at my door, I quickly took a cab home. I couldn`t wait to get my hands on Nokia`s latest hero device. A couple of paranoid thoughts mixed with excitement......
UPDATED: We`ve now updated this review based on usage of the Nokia Lumia 800 for around four months, which has included the first formal OS update, so take a look at our updated findings, complete with star rating. The Nokia Lumia 800 is the first Windows Phone handset to spring from the Microsoft / Nokia tie-up announced roughly a year ago. The Nokia Lumia 800 shares its exterior styling with the previously substantially less hyped Nokia N9, a M...
Pros: Quality design, Clever interface, Speedy browser, Intuitive contact linking, Xbox integration,
Cons: Internet text display dodgy at times, No Flash video, Zune player takes ages to copy video across, Video recording not impressive, Battery issues still prevail,
Verdict: The best Windows Phone device on the market impresses, but still with some room for improvement...
Overall User Rating (3.4 Out of 5 based on 17 ratings)
Overall: This is the best smartphone ever. I bought this one in November 2011 from London. At first I was bit confused between this and Xperia Arc, but I made the right choice and the phone lived up to all the expectations. The camera is excellent (Well its carl Zeiss Tessar lens, so its best) . The battery is pretty good even with constant use. I must have dropped this phone atleast 10 times accidently bu....
Overall: Product was really good.... unfortunately dropped and broke its screen
Overall: Good phone experience as using it over a year now. No lags and smooth operation. I like the compact design and good to hold. Call quality is good and Nokia music, Nokia Lens, Nokia Maps are fabulous features. I dont really require front facing camera though people may require at this price tag.