Nokia Lumia 800

  • Nokia Lumia 800
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Based on 99 scores, 175 reviews available
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    27
  • Good:
    52
  • Average:
    13
  • Bad:
    7

The Nokia Lumia 800 measures a fairly compact 116.8mm x 61.2mm x 12.1mm (4.6in x 2.4in x .5in), it features 16GB of internal storage, but lacks a microSD memory card slot. The Nokia Lumia 800 runs on a single-core processor (1.4GHz). The Lumia 800 is capable of HSPA 14.4 3G data connections on the 900, 1900, and 2100MHz bands and also features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 85

There is, quite simply, no better Windows Phone smartphone on the market than the Nokia Lumia 800. It features wonderful hardware in terms of both design and quality, and Microsoft's operating system runs more smoothly on the Lumia than on any other W

By InfoWorld on 66

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By The Unwired on -

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By PCWorld New Zealand on 90

The design of the Nokia Lumia 800, as with its near-identical twin, the Meego-running Nokia N9, is simply gorgeous. The body is polycarbonate – soft to the touch, scratch-resistant, and sufficiently grippy that you’ll have no fear of it...

By Smarthouse on 80

DesignThe Lumia 800 borrows the physique made popular by Nokia's N9; however with the addition of a hardware shutter key, and three keys that board the base of its smaller 3.7 inch screen. Otherwise, it's still made by the same...

By Channel News Australia on 80

Nokia's first Windows Phone is an impressive device, distinguished by an aesthetic operating system, exceptional build quality and for the most part, has an aptitude for all kinds of multimedia. It is a great smartphone that proves there is some...

By Channel News Australia on -

With Nokia and Microsoft's stronghold on the mobile market slipping, can the Lumia prove two wrongs indeed make a...

By Craving Tech on -

All in all, if you are looking for a smartphone with Windows Phone as its OS, you cannot go wrong here. Nokia Lumia 800 is sexy, sleek, elegant, has a crisp display, smooth, and the size is just right. Browsing and interacting with the phone are...

By AsiaOne on 60

If you want a smartphone with lots of options for games, widgets and a heavily customised interface, look...

By Digital Trends on 75

There are some downsides, like a lack of a front-facing camera, blurry video recording, and a camera that doesn't impress as much as Nokia boasts, but overall it's one of the best Windows Phones...

By PC Authority on 83

With the Nokia Lumia 800 have they produced the flagship handset that Windows Phone 7 so desperately needs?...

By TechCentral on 70

The Lumia 800 is just the device Nokia needed to impress the smartphone crowd. It is a step in the right direction but it still has a long way to go before it can go toe-to-toe with the big boys. The unibody build quality is solid and the 3.7in is...

By CNET Australia on 80

The Lumia 800 is a fine return to form for Nokia, offering a solid smartphone experience wrapped in top notch...

By Mobile88 on -

The mid-end price point coupled with the simplistic Windows Phone OS and the unibody chassis of Nokia N9 is definitely a good buy. The Nokia Lumia 800 definitely is a great choice to include to your to -buy list.However, the drawback will be the...

By TechSmart.co.za on -

Nokia’s new Lumia 800 smartphone has a lot of responsibility resting on its shoulders. As the Finnish company’s first device powered by Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS, Nokia’s sole smartphone platform moving forward, it’s a...

By MobilesRoom on 60

Nokia Lumia 800 ReviewNokia is banking heavily on the Windows Phone platform to revive its fortunes in the smartphone market. Nokia, which once was a dominant force in the smartphone segment, has lost its market share to iPhone and Android phones....

By Computeractive on 60

The Lumia 800 looks lovely and Windows Phone 7 shows promise, but the screen's quality is disappointing for a smartphone at this price....

By Tbreak.com on 80

Overall, the Lumia 800 is just what Windows Phone needed- a beautiful and well constructed device to show off the beautiful and well designed OS. Microsoft has made a lot of progress between the initial version of Windows Phone and what is out now...

By CIOL on -

The Windows Mango OS based addition from Nokia boasts of an amazingly clear and scratch proof screen, exclusive apps, and impressive specs, but has a flimsy microUSB cover and a slightly underclocked CPU. The Lumia 800 runs the latest version of...

By PCQuest on -

The Nokia Lumia 800 is a great buy for getting a new and fresh smartphone. It looks gorgeous and apart from some small issues will make you quite happy that you got it. Other related articles : Nokia 701: The Belle smartphone Apple Macbook Air 13...