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Nokia Lumia 800 Mobile Phone Review

 

Personally I think what Nokia have done with their brand new Windows OS phone, the Lumia 800 is simply amazing, on of its main features is it’s unibody polycarbonate case, which comes in a variety of three different colours including black, cyan and magenta, allowing you to choose the colour that suits you.

The phone itself measures a mini 1.21cm in depth, featuring a very smooth and sleek design. As well as this the Lumia 800 also has a very wide 3.7 inch glass touch screen, providing an amazing screen for all your movie viewing needs.

Alongside it’s screen the 800 also comes with the Windows Phone 7.5 OS, known as Mango for short, and to power the Lumia Nokia have also fitted 512MB of ROM alongside 16GB of internal memory and a variety of different connection ability’s including 3G, Wi-Fi, Edge, a Micro USB and Bluetooth, as well as an inbuilt GPS function allowing you to follow directions on the inbuilt maps application with ease.

Alongside all of this Nokia has even made the phone perfect for any photo or video capturing you may want to do, and have included an eight megapixel camera, which supports Carl Zeiss optics alongside a variety of other imaging options, including automatic focus, touch controlled focus, a dual LED flash and a 3X digital zoom alongside a red eye reduction setting.

As well as these features the camera can also record at thirty frames per seconds, as well as pump out your favourite tunes through it’s built in radio and music player, alongside a set of pretty good speakers. Being a Windows Phone the Lumia 800 can also access the same applications that other Windows Phone’s can including Microsoft Office Mobile and the great social network integration Windows have built into their OS.

Let us know what you think about Nokia’s Lumia 800 in the comments below and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @technuttyblog.


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Founder and Editor-in-chief of TechNutty UK, fan all things tech, gaming and otherwise interesting.

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