Nokia World 2011 that took place in London (26 – 27 October) unveiled a few new smartphones and mobile phones including two devices that are using the Windows Phone operating system.
The two smartphones are the Nokia Lumia 800 (the top-end device) and the Nokia Lumia 710 coming with almost the same specs as Lumia 800 but with a lower price in order that more users can afford it.
For design, Nokia Lumia 800 will be colorful, eye catching, having an interesting look that is very different than what we see on iPhones, Samsung, LG, Nexus or any other smartphones.
They have started with Nokia N9, Lumia 800 and 710 are going on the same design line. Nokia Lumia 800 will come in three colors, black, cyan and magenta while the Lumia 710 will have more versions, white, white with black, cyan, yellow with black covers and fuchsia.
Specs: the smartphone will use a 1,4 GHz processor and also a graphic processor, advanced video games will run on this device, 512 RAM memory, 16 gigabytes of internal memory and an extra 25 gigabytes from the SkyDrive storage for multimedia files.
The screen will be a 3,7” size, AMOLED ClearBlack. A camera based on Carl Zeiss optics technology, 8 megapixel. The battery will last for 9.5 hours talking and around 355 hours in standby mode.
Nokia Lumia 800 will use Windows Phone OS, having access to Internet Explorer 9, all the applications from the Nokia Store, Nokia Drive that is already available for Nokia N9 and a few other smartphones, advanced Nokia Maps, access to Nokia Music, an application that will include many music streams.
The release date for Nokia Lumia 800 is somewhere in November, next month, for countries like Germany, UK, Italy, France, Spain etc.
The smartphone can already be pre-ordered, the final price being 420 euro.