- Size (LWH): 4.61 inches, 0.47 inches, 2.4 inches
- Weight: 4.96 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 13 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 265 hours
Nokia Lumia 800 Unlocked GSM Phone with Windows 7.5 OS, 3.7" AMOLED Multi-Touchscreen, 8MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, Video, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio - Black
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|Display Size||3.7 inches||4.5 inches||4 inches||5 inches|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, upgradable to v7.8||Microsoft Windows||Microsoft Windows||Microsoft Windows|
|Camera Description||8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, dual-LED flash, Geo-tagging, Video 720p@30fps||5 MP||5 MP||8 MP|
|Battery Life||13 Hours||12 Hours||14.08 Hours||Information not provided|
|Item Weight||0.31 pounds||Information not provided||0.27 pounds||0.5 pounds|
|Product Site Launch Date||Tue Nov 22 12:37:47 UTC 2011||Fri Aug 15 05:53:01 UTC 2014||Mon Apr 29 16:48:56 UTC 2013||Tue Apr 28 18:36:02 UTC 2015|
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Battery life on the phone is much better than people are saying. Part is likely due to the fact that I am not using 3G, but part is owed to a bug in battery reporting in Nokia's software. So you will see lower battery than your phone really has, but the phone will still have plenty. I have done a full two day run without a charge and a couple of heavy Doodle God sessions were had.
I am also not seeing any issue with the camera. In fact, the photos are much more vibrant and clear than my cousin's Focus (v1, mind you). And compared to the HD7 - which was like punishment for trying to take photos on a phone - it might as well be a DSLR. The Zeiss glass is clear and the focus is solid. Nokia doesn't pack in all of the bells and whistles in terms of camera options, but the default ones from the OS aren't horrible.
GPS has been stellar. Great locks, great accuracy...Glympse is a dream to use. Like other customers have said, go with the Nokia GPS for turn by turn.Read more ›
UPDATE #2: Flashed the new 11501 firmware. Battery problem be gone! I unplugged my phone at around 1AM and left it idling. It's now 330PM and battery still at 58% with normal use from 9AM. Great job Nokia. I haven't noticed anything else other than the battery fix though. Added the last star :)
You can love or hate Windows Phone OS, but you have to admit, Nokia sure stepped up their game in designing this beauty.
"Borrowed" heavily from its N9 sibling, this is one stunning phone to look at. Poly-carbonate body means very scratch resistant and none of that slippery glass surface, unlike a certain smartphone. The curves also make it very comfortable to hold, especially over a long period of time, also unlike a certain square-ish phone. Speaker and microphone neatly at the bottom while micro USB port and sim slot are at the top.
The screen is amazing. The 3.7" Clearblack LCD (aka Super AMOLED or whatever you want to call it) gives you such vibrant colors that my retina-display iPhone 4 looks like a last-gen screen next to it, at least in terms of colors and contrasts. The touchscreen is very sensitive, though I've noticed it can be a bit jumpy at times. No idea if it's a software or hardware problem, or just my screen protector.
The only problems I have with the designs are: a) the dedicated camera button.Read more ›
-Even on what is considered slower hardware these phones run amazingly fast. Feels faster than an iPhone or an Android hands down.
-Great battery life. Even when I'm streaming Netflix on the go I'm not really worried about the battery. With general use it outperforms other smartphones out there.
-The OS itself it a joy to use. Simple, intuitive, and more alive. No need for widgets, install an app and pin it's live tile to the main screen and you get instant access to info that you want and need easily. No going into apps, no swiping over to your widgets. You pin whatever you want to the home screen, be it a contact, photo album, song, ebay bid item, calendars. Its simply amazing how much information you can access without ever even going into an app and I love it.
-Built in X-Box Live and Zune. Having a system built into a phone for online gaming etc that has been tested and proven for years is great. And although the Zune never quite took off you will be amazed at how great it is to use on this phone. And it's better than the music players available on Android, and way more intuitive than the iPhone music player. Hands down, these phones have the lead on music and games.
-Dedicated camera button. Access your camera even when the phone is locked. Android and iOS have added this recently but Windows Phone does it better. Just hold down the camera button and you can access the camera instantly without even having to unlock your phone.
-Built in Bing Search.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
still waiting for the other new phone to arrive which the battery was dead and didn't hold a chargePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
once it was good. Now is a newer technology. This does not have a connection 4G or 5G which complicates the connection in isolated confined areas.Published 15 months ago by plastus