Windows smartphone the Nokia Lumia 800 opened the Nokia World event in London late last year and allowed Nokia to specify their mobile strategy and detail its plans for consecutive rapprochement with Microsoft, the Finnish manufacturer unveiled its first two smartphones running Windows Phone Mango, inaugurating the range of Lumia.
The Nokia Lumia 800 is none other than the Nokia Sea Ray, already seen several times in recent months. With a capacitive touch display 3.7 “800 x 480 pixel AMOLED technology and ClearBlack, whose surface is curved, it features a 1.4 GHz processor Qualcomm MSM8255 with 512 MB of RAM and an internal storage of 16 GB
The device has a camera on the back 8 megapixel with Carl Zeiss optics and the ability to record 720p video. Dimensions of 116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm 142 g, the Nokia Lumia 800 embarks WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth 2.1, (A-GPS navigation software with turn by turn Nokia Drive), the Micro-USB connectors and headphone jack and sensors: accelerometer, magnetometer, light sensors and proximity.
Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone also has quadband GSM / EDGE and Quadband 3G / HSDPA 14.4 Mbps / HSUPA 5.76 Mbps. Faithful to the principles of Nokia, it does not skimp on the autonomy provided with 13 hours GSM talk or 9.5 hours 3G talk, more than 300 hours of standby or 55 hours continuous audio playback.
The Nokia Lumia 800 will be available in three colors (black, cyan, magenta) and rather attractive price offered for its position, or € 499 all taxes, except subsidies operators, for availability as early as November 2011.
On board, there is of course Windows Phone Mango, with its own services (Xbox Live, SkyDrive and 25 GB of online storage, Internet Explorer 9, Outlook Mobile) but also Nokia services like Nokia Music Drive Mix and Radio.