Since Microsoft and Nokia teamed up recently, Nokia Lumia 800 found itself ready for deploying in the global market. Regardless to say, Nokia Lumia 800 seems to have the expected success considering the union of Microsoft and Nokia, bringing the Windows Phone operated Lumia 800 upgraded features that should compete well in the battle with other smartphone developers (at least in the present and in the near future).
In terms of design, Nokia Lumia 800 shares some of its exterior features with the previously launched Nokia N9, although the screen size and screen resolution has been slightly reduced in order to be compatible with the Windows Phone operating system, which, in prospect, brings better overall performance than Meego operating system. As a conclusion to this aspect, Nokia Lumia 800 suffered reductions in terms of screen size (only 3.7 inch now) and resolution (only 800×480 now) in order to benefit from more important features that could only be brought by Windows Phone; a fair trade, nonetheless.
In terms of specs, Nokia Lumia 800 reveals an impressive 1.4GHz Snapdragon / Scorpion meant to increase the phone’s capabilities and performances. It certainly works like a charm alongside Windows Phone Mango operating system, those two making a good team, or so it seems. The 3.7 inch display featured in Nokia Lumia 800 is a 16-bit AMOLED ClearBlack, which could have been better (as some critics suggest), but even so, it seems that Nokia Lumia 800 display gets the job done.
Also, compared to HTC smartphones like Titan or Radar, Nokia Lumia 800 shares some of the design features found in these HTC models. Considering the small display adopted in the development of Nokia Lumia 800, Nokia / Microsoft wanted to have similar success with the small-screened iPhone, but that may be a bad bargain, since bigger displays tend to attract the most buyers due to the new possibilities that come with a bigger screen (better media experience, better internet browsing).
Nokia Lumia 800 comes with 16GB of memory dedicated for internal storage, with memory card support. Featuring a slim design and a light yet reassuring weight, Nokia Lumia 800 was intended primarily to compete with HTC Titan.
In terms of price, Nokia Lumia has a reasonable price tag and can be acquired with various data contracts or in the pre-pay version.