Nokia’s Lumia 800 released in October 2011. Lumia 800 is the first nokia mobile to have windows OS. Lumia 800 design is quite similar to Nokia Meego and also Lumia 800 has same curved glass with Amoled display. On the bottom one drilled speaker. At top includes a 3.5mm headphone socket a flap for the micro USB port and a SIM card tray that accepts only micro SIM card.
Front-facing camera is absent in Lumina 800. No notification LEDs, on the back is an 8 megapixel auto focus camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash. Weighing 142g little heavier than Nokia N9. In terms of thickness both are 12.1mm. Competitors HTC Radar runs the same OS but it is lighter and thinner than Lumia 800. Lumina 800 have a curved 3.7-inch AMOLED Black glass touchscreen display supporting the resolution of 800×480 pixels. Lumina 800 has a Gorilla glass that’s makes the display scratch resistant
User Interface & Operating system
Lumia 800 has intuitive user friendly interface and the touch is super responsive. HTC radar Samsung Omnia W is tough competitors of Lumia 800.Nokia Drive and Nokia Maps on the device are worth making Lumia 800 an efficient mobile. The Nokia Drive app converts your handset into a satellite navigation system and provides navigation services including voice assisted turn-by-turn instructions.
Lumia 800 has 8 megapixel camera with f/2.2 Carl Zeiss lens, autofocus, dual-LED flash and 3x digital zoom. Same lens as in N8, which is best in its category. Lumia 800′s camera produces excellent and sharp images, but in low-light conditions, the camera fails to impress. Also the Lumia 800′s macro mode didn’t deliver satisfactory results. Lumia 800 has no zoom option while video recording. The camera performs quite well in video mode and shot crisp 720 HD video at 30 frames per second. Lumia 800 cannot record videos at 1080p as Lumia 800 is a single core phones
Powered by a 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 512 MB RAM, the phone is fast and the multitasking is a breeze. The phone has a 1450 mAh battery that offers a fair battery backup. With normal use, the phone’s serve more than a day. Lumia 800 has 16GB of memory and there is no slot for memory card.
Pros of Lumia 800
Sleek and slim design
Appealing, Intuitive and responsive OS
Cons of Lumia 800
No front camera
Lack of quality apps on Windows Marketplace
Bluetooth connectivity issues
Nokia Lumia 800 Specification
Support 3G Network HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
Lumia 800 is RM-819
116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm, Weight 142 g
3.7 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, Corning Gorilla Glass
16 GB storage, No memory slot
GPRS HSDPA 14.4 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n,
micro USB v2.0, GPS
8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, dual-LED flash,
1.4 GHz Scorpion, 512 MB RAM, GPU Adreno 205
Li-Ion 1450 mAh
Nokia Lumia 800 price:
In India it’s around 29,900
This MWC 2012 Nokia amazed everyone by launching its new Symbian based 41 MP camera mobile phone called Nokia Pureview 808. Check out some Nokia 808 Pureview Highly detailed Picture samples. With the detailing support of 41MP the images are very clear and detailed but also big in size like the Sample picture below are around 7 to 9 mb in size.
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I never thought there can be a smartphone, which will be so loved that its owners will not even think to change it to Nokia’s current “king” – the Lumia 800, or Apple’s most amazing iPhone 4S, or any other high-end smartphone. However, it came out that there is such a phone, and it’s Nokia’s famous N8.
The Nokia N8 was released on September 23, 2010, at the Nokia Online Store, and became available worldwide on 1 October, 2010. It became the best smartphone in Nokia’s history with record pre-order numbers (though the actual sales were more modest). But – guess what! Even after more than a year from its release, this particular model is still popular among general public. Why?
It seems that the answer lies in the fact that the Symbian OS is not dead at all (or at least it’s not as dead as it was originally thought). While the whole world is preoccupied now with Google and Apple competition battles, their platforms and phone reviews, Symbian continues to attract ordinary users with its simple but nice user navigation and use.
Take, for example, Ntutu Letseka, also known as the Mobile Bishop. Ntutu writes that he now owns several smartphones (among them are the Samsung Galaxy SII and the HTC Desire S), but his favorite device is still the Nokia N8. Ntutu writes that the secret is in the hardware of the phone, for while software can be theoretically improved, the hardware stays fixed.
It is not surprising therefore that while Ntutu can brag his other smartphones among his friends, for ordinary daily tasks he takes out from his pocket the good-old N8. While it is of course true that the N8’s Symbian^3 OS cannot in any way be compared to Android, iOS or even Windows Phone, the smartphone nevertheless possesses a secret weapon, which makes it absolutely unbeatable – its camera. The handset boasts a 12MB (!) sensor camera with Carl Zeiss and Xenon flash, so it can take high-quality images even in low light conditions.
Ntutu mentions another interesting psychological factor in favor of the N8 and its Symbian 3 OS. While there are so many Android and iOS apps available for download that can produce over time what Ntutu calls “the chronic app fatigue,” Symbian has just enough applications needed for every possible operation. I agree with Ntutu in this point, and I think that the Nokia N8 is definitely still there and there aren’t many devices built as nicely as the Nokia N8.
Previous Nokia Ovi Suite is now called Nokia Suite.
The application has a new trending and refreshing look.
The new Support view offers info and help with using Nokia Suite and your phone and helps make sure you have enough free space on your phone.
The new and improved sync log shows you what has changed during syncing of your device.
Software updates and phone applications now download and run more reliably.
MPlatform.exe has been removed so it will not eat extra ram than previous Ovi suites.
New Nokia Suite 3.2 also contains lots more new stuff.
download and enjoy new Nokia Suite
and Get more friendly and easy mobile to PC connectivity
Nokia announced its new mid-range handset Nokia 603 with seamless design and 1 Ghz processor for tension free multitasking and browsing.
and Style Up your phone with latest Nokia Beats
It comes with preloaded apps like Youtube, Shazam, Vingo, Microsoft Communicator, Adobe PDF readers and much more. it has toughened and bright screen 3.5 inch clear black display (640×320) to give good viewing response in any circumstances. 5 mega pixel camera with digital zoom, video recording and 720p, comes with NFC for faster and easy file sharing between mobile, Nokia Maps for better Navigation.
7 hours of talk time and 460 hours of standby time, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, 3G, Symbian Belle with 6 Home screens and also 6 different colors of back covers. its seems dependable and user friendly mobile.
Check Out the video below