- Product Dimensions: 11.7 x 6.1 x 1.2 cm ; 141 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
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- Item model number: 002Z541
- ASIN: B0065VOIB0
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 28 Oct. 2011
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (310 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,649 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Nokia Lumia 800 Sim-free Windows Smartphone 16GB - Matte Black
- Head-turning design - smooth, one piece body with a screen that brings content to the surface
- Best social experience – instant social and image sharing, instant combined Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn feeds, chat and SMS messages in one conversation
- Best browsing experience with IE9 - lightning fast performance with broad support of Internet standards for HTML5 applications
- Excellent camera - superior shooting with Carl Zeiss optics and HD video
- Outlook Mobile - for corporate and private email support
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Colour Name: Matte Black
Curved 3.7 AMOLED ClearBlack glass touchscreen display seamlessly integrated into a smooth one-piece body. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email, Chat, SMS. Bing, Internet Explorer 9, HTML5, Wi-Fi. 8 MP Auto Focus with Carl Zeiss Optics, 2x LED Flash and HD Video
Prepare to be amazed
Nokia with Windows phones - instant updates, super-fast mobile internet and a design that's sure to turn heads. Experience the amazing every day.
Not your every day everyday phone
Nokia with Windows Phone combines the best in stylish hardware with the best in stylish software. The result is a colourful touch screen phone that not only looks great, but also keeps you close to all the important things in your world. You can even change the colour of the tiles each day to sult your mood.
Comfortable to hold and endlessly touchable, the phones are made for whatever the world throws your way. Take the ClearBlack display technology: It gives you the benefit of a super-bright screen for greater visibility when you're out and about.
And that clear picture shows you all the things that matter: from your friends and family, to music and movies, to the web, the wider world and your work.
People are at the heart of Nokia with Windows Phone. The People Hub gives you access to everyone you know in just a click. It's where being social starts. Out-of-the-box you'll have no need to open separate social network apps to see what's happening, because all the latest updates from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can be opened straight from the Start screen.
And that's just the beginning. You can pin your closest friends, family and groups to your start screen for easy access. Facebook Chat and SMS can integrate into one easy to follow stream to let you continue the conversation in the most convenient channel. And you can go from pocket to photo to Facebook in seconds with the super-sharp camera.
Live without barriers
Nokia with Windows Phone is packed with features designed to make your life easier and more entertaining, wherever it takes you.
Nokia Drive and Nokia Maps give you comprehensive mobile navigation and the insider knowledge to make you feel like a local anywhere. If you're working on the go, then Microsoft Office Mobile will give you the tools to meet any deadline, regardless of your location.
Super-fast browsing is just a tile away with Internet Explorer 9. And if you're after the best in entertainment, it's accessible in a simple click. Nokia Music and Mix Radio give you access to a huge selection of songs. Marketplace and Xbox Live give you endless apps, videos and games to choose from.
Nokia Lumia 800
Easier, Faster, Funner
The Nokia Lumia 800 with Windows Phone. One glance to see what everyone's up to.
Clear and simple
Beautiful all-screen design
The smooth one-piece body flows right around the floating 3.7" ClearBlack AMOLED display. And the seamless design makes everything clear and simple. It's a joy to use. Pin favourite apps to the Start screen. Get live updates. One glance to see it all.
See what everyone's up to
Satisfy the need to see what's being said. Get updates from all over the place in one place. Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn updates are integrated into your home screen. Chat and SMS work together. And you can see all your latest emails at a glance. It really is easy.
Beyond the browser
Bing. Internet Explorer 9, HTML5. Wi-Fi. This is the web without the wait. Even video playback is fast. You'll find more, faster and see web pages as they're meant to be seen.
Carl Zeiss optics
Take faster, better photos, and HD video. Snap and shoot great moments wherever you find them. The 8 MP camera and the 28 mm wide angle lens means you'll get more in the picture. And whenever you want, you can share it all with the world in seconds.
Ready for business
Work on the go
Take work for a walk. Work here. Work there. Work anywhere. Take Word, Excel, and PowerPoint with you and get things done. It's like being at the office but nicer.
Ready to go
Find your way
Explore with location-based apps and destination-based information. Find new places, new things to do, and better ways to get to them. Then use turn by turn Drive navigation to find your way easily and effortlessly.
Hear it here first
Enjoy streaming radio from all over the world. It learns the music you love so you'll get new releases streamed to you based on your music preferences. It's practically personalised and knows your new favourite band before you do.
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Top Customer Reviews
Battery life is respectable, like all current smartphones I'd recommend charging overnight every night but so far I've been finding over 50% battery left at night time after a day of moderate usage. It comes with a high quality silicone 'skin' cover which is a nice bonus but I prefer it without it so don't use it.
Windows Phone OS is a pleasure to use - extremely slick, responsive and intuitive while doing everything I want it to, much faster than my previous Android phone (Galaxy Ace) where everything seemed a chore. Voice recognition works well too which I find handy for dictating text messages faster than typing (although the on screen keyboard is also the best I've used).
The included Nokia Drive is an excellent satnav application, part of the reason I went for this phone was after my standalone Garmin satnav failed I wanted a phone with a decent satnav built in and Nokia Drive is reported to be about the best available. The maps are stored on the device so doesn't require a data connection when in use (just download the counties you want in advance over WiFi) so you won't eat up all your data allowance or run into trouble if driving in areas with poor mobile coverage. It's almost as good as my previous standalone Garmin but more convenient not to carry a separate device, has free worldwide lifetime map updates and the whole phone cost less that the standalone Garmin did but does a heck of a lot more! The only thing so far I'd improve is the road colouring, currently roads are varying shades of grey (the darker the grey the more major the road), I'd prefer UK standard colouring (i.e. motorways blue, A roads green etc.Read more ›
Starting up the phone , first thing you notice is that it is remarkably quick. Everything loaded up and ready to go within seconds.
The interface is so clean, user friendly and so sleek. 100% the neatest cleanest interface on any smartphone out there.
Once you enter your hotmail or live email at the start, the phone basicly does the work for you. Links up your accounts and gets everything set up.
I would recommend the phone to anyone who whats a simple and clean experience with the backbones and features of top range smartphones on the market. 5/5.
In short yes, first off from a purely tactile point of view the phone feels right, its not massive but it sits comfortably in the hand, the buttons are in easy to reach places and there isn't a plethora of controls dotted all over. The included case is a soft touch rubber skin that clips over easily and feels like part of the phone. So OK on to setting it up, it imported all of my facebook friends as contacts but due to the age of my old phone couldn't handle the bluetooth contact exchange, so I had to add a few numbers manually, no big deal, but you can't add a number to a contact off facebook you have to add as a new contact then join the profile, this is simple enough but its an extra step that seems a little pointless.
So on to using the phone, ok the interface is really good, simple direct and very very easy to use, the tiles and a responsive touch screen make zipping about a pleasure and really fast, typing on the on screen keyboard works a treat, even with big sausage fingers like mine :) Some others are saying that as an MP3 player it doesn't work, well to be fair the speaker on the phone is a little quiet, but I use mine bluetoothed up to a motorcycle helmet and it works a treat, there are plenty of options on how to play your tunes and you can add your own playlists.
So would I recommend it?Read more ›
When I first had it, I had newphoneitus and would kill the battery in a matter of hours, as you would any smartphone. It was desperately bad however. After about 3 updates from Nokia life became easier and I'm happy with it now. It would still be nice to have a bit of feedback from the OS (not an app) to tell me what is eating the juice. There's little indication on the screen in regards what is switched on and I have managed to leave the Bluetooth turned on after leaving the car so another improvement required. I actually think that's my gripes over.
I came to WP7 from Android. My HTC Desire went awol on a drunken way home. It was a decent phone but the OS had turned into a sluggish dog - jerky animations, reboots aplenty etc. The Lumia is running as smoothly as the day I picked it up. Silky! Regular reboots required? Nope. I think the only time it has been rebooted by me is on a plane. I do remember seeing it reboot/recover itself once too. Not sure what that was about? All in all, a very solid OS.
Applications. I see it everywhere that WP doesn't have the gallery of Apps that Android or IOS has. Can I just say, GOOD! Trying to find the perfect app to do something simple was a nightmare! Too many options. With WP, the choice is curtailed and life is easy. I do wish Microsoft would get iron fist at this crucial time and vet out any disfunctional detritus that appears on their market (like it has on other platforms).
I'm not heavily into apps so I'm not dwelling on them too much. I don't avidly go looking for something that I don't need. I wait for a circumstance where I do find one maybe handy, and then go looking.Read more ›
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