The Lumia 800 is Nokia's first Windows Phone handsets. The Lumia 800 is very similar to the Finnish company's N9 smartphone. Changes include a different processor, a smaller screen, the removal of NFC, and the change from the MeeGo OS. The Lumia 800 also has an added physical camera button. This phone is the flagship device of Nokia's first Windows Phone lineup.
What You Need To Know
- Nokia's first flagship Windows Phone device
- Shares a similar unibody polycarbonate shell to the Nokia N9
- Like the N9, it has a convex curved glass AMOLED screen with a ClearBlack anti-glare filter
Reviewing the Lumia 800 is a hard and, dare I say, unprecedented task. Never before have we seen a phone like Nokia's N9 — a benchmark setter in some design aspects, yet a complete dead end in terms of software ecosystem — and now the 800 arrives ensconced in a nearly identical physical body. How do you begin to grade a device that feels, superficially at least, like a cuckoo — a parasite occupying the shell that rightfully belongs to another? Well, you probably start by dispensing with such...
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