The most stylish phone of Nokia will be reaching market soon. This new model is called Nokia Lumia 800. With some amazing features this will be Nokia and Microsoft's first partner project. This new Nokia Lumia 800 phone will run on Linux based MeeGo operating system.
- Display Size: 3.7'
- Camera: back camera 8mp [no front camera]
- weight: 142 grams
- Maximum 3G talk time: 9.5 hrs
- Maximum 3G standby time: 335 hrs
- Maximum music playback time: 55 hrs
- Maximum video playback time: 7 hrs
Read more on: Nokia Website: http://www.nokia.com/in-en/products/phone/lumia800/specifications/
Information on MeeGo: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MeeGo
The Lumia 800 looks and feels completely unlike any phone on the market - except of course Nokia’s own N9, an experimental MeeGo phone that served as the launching point for the Lumia’s design. Its curved glass display makes the imagery from its eye-bleedingly sharp 3.7-inch AMOLED display almost jump out at you. The Lumia’s screen is described as “ClearBlack” because of its uncanny ability to display truly dark, inky blacks, a sign of a high-quality display.
The phone features Windows Phone 7.5, also known as “Mango.” Unlike other
manufacturers in Microsoft’s harem, Nokia was also able to include some of its
own unique apps, like Nokia Drive, Maps, and Music. (Nokia’s less-expensive
Lumia 710 Windows Phone also includes these apps.) The inclusion of Nokia Music
is confusing, given that it’s completely separate from Microsoft’s Zune store
For Microsoft, the Lumia 800 proves that it chose wisely by teaming up with
Nokia. Even though it’s already working with popular phone makers like Samsung
and HTC, Microsoft’s partnership with Nokia is unprecedented, and it will open
doors for Windows Phone internationally.