Nokia Lumia 800 Review
Nokia Lumia 800 Review:
The domain of cell phones these days is not just restricted to communication purposes but it has overlapped itself with the society as an indicator for fashion, prestige, social status and esthetics. Nokia lumia 800 is definitely a step forward towards this notion. It is an ultimate beauty and a guaranteed performer being the top choice of many buyers since its launch.
Nokia introduced Nokia Lumia 800 in October 2011. Nokia Lumia 800 is a successor of Nokia 700. Both of them are the touch screen mobile phones. Nokia Lumia 800 is second to none in its beauty and elegance. Beauty is not just its only feature it also yields a high performance powered by its superb hardware and a new operating system. It is quite similar in design with Nokia N9. But display has to be shortened a little to add some capacitive controls features.
Nokia Lumia 800 has got a16M colors, 480 x 800 pixels display screen. Its display adds beauty to its screen and Scratch resistant Gorilla glass functions as a shield to protect this beauty. It is a gorgeously sleek handset which enables you to store your precious data through a delicate touch of finger. Another plus about Nokia Lumia 800 is that it is operated with Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system powered by Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon chipset. This operating system is powered with 1.4 GHz processor challenging the market strength of HTC and Samsung. The 8 MP Carl Zeiss camera, with latest features, is enough to capture the important events of your life with a desired level of quality. It gives you a supreme level of connectivity. The Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS or 3G technologies are good enough to connect to any social media website or device to share or exchange the data. Music today has become an integral part of any digital gadget. Music lovers can also enjoy the embedded features in this gadget in the form of 3.5 mm audio jack, mp3 player and a music playback of 55 hours.
The only thing which can be associated as a limitation for Nokia Lumia 800 is the absence of microSD card slot. This limitation bounds the user to a limited storage of data of 16 GB of internal memory. Although 16 GB is not that less but according to industry standards people expect it to be 32 GB. It doesn’t have a secondary camera for video calls.
Above all, Nokia Lumia 800 is a fantastic device on which Nokia is relying heavily. To compete in the market of computer operating cell phones Nokia has its eye focused on Nokia Lumia 800. With already established competitors like Samsung and HTC it is imperative for Nokia to join the battle field. Nokia Lumia is the the 1st one to arrive the arena and according to the company others are to follow its legendary steps.