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|ICICI||Rs. 6426||Rs. 3265||Rs. 2212||Rs. 1686|
|CITIBANK||Rs. 6416||Rs. 3256||Rs. 2230||-|
|HDFC||Rs. 6402||Rs. 3244||Rs. 2191||Rs. 1665|
|AMEX||-||Rs. 3284||-||Rs. 1703|
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Codenamed as the Sea Ray in the initial versions, the Lumia 800 is officially the first device from Nokia to run on Windows Phone 7.5 OS. The phone is powered by a 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Scorpion processor and has 512 MB of RAM. Gaming in this Nokia Windows handset is a fun experience, thanks to the presence of the Adreno 205 GPU.
This Nokia flagship device sports a 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen that displays the operating system's tiled look in an impressive way. The Lumia 800 boasts of an 8 megapixel camera with features such as Autofocus, 3x Digital Zoom, Carl Zeiss Optics, Dual LED Flash and Geo-tagging give you an enhanced photography experience. You can shoot superior quality videos as the phone supports video recording at 720p HD resolution.
DesignThe Lumia 800 combines attractive looks with a strong built that promises to make the device very durable. Nokia has infused the ClearBlack technology in Lumia's screen that helps to improve the display quality. The unibody polycarbonate chassis along with Gorilla Glass screen make the Lumia 800 a sturdy phone. There is a line of Windows Phone capacitive buttons below the screen whose tactility augments the user experience.
This ergonomically crafted Nokia mobile phone houses the volume rocker, power and camera buttons on its right side for easy access. On the top edge of the device, you will find a 3.5 mm jack, a micro-USB port and a micro SIM card slot while the bottom of the phone is occupied by the speaker grill. The Lumia 800 is packed with regular sensors such as accelerometer, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor and digital compass for your convenience.
Battery and StorageA Lithium-Ion battery of 1450 mAh capacity is present under the hood of the Lumia 800. The battery serves a talk time of 13 hours in 2G and 9 hours in 3G networks. You are ensured of hours of entertainment as the phone has a music playback time of 55 hours and video playback time of 7 hours. The Nokia Lumia comes preloaded with 16 GB of internal memory so that you can store your music, photos and videos without any space crunch.
Connectivity and FeaturesInternet connectivity on the Nokia Lumia 800 can be easily made through GPRS, EDGE, 3G or Wi-Fi. The preinstalled Internet Explorer 9 web browser for mobiles helps you in seamless Internet surfing. You can easily transfer files using USB and Bluetooth connectivity options. There is A-GPS support in this Windows Phone device along with Bing Maps that help you navigate your way easily.
You can connect to your friends and family on the Lumia 800 instantly as it comes loaded with Facebook and Twitter applications. Your professional connections also come live in this device that has preinstalled LinkedIn application. With ActiveSync integration in the Nokia Lumia 800, you can take your office wherever you go. Through ActiveSync, you can receive emails in real time from various ids, all at one place. The Document Viewer and Document Editor help you in checking or making presentations.
The Lumia 800 is bestowed with smart applications that entertain you as well as work towards your convenience. The Nokia Music is a music streaming service that is preloaded in the Lumia 800. A free turn-by-turn navigation system called Nokia Drive is also installed on the phone for easier direction finding. Your choice does not end here. With the Microsoft Marketplace playing host to a variety of apps, you can download anything you like on this Nokia Windows Phone device.
|In the Box||Handset, Battery, Charger, Headset, Data Cable, Soft Cover, User Guide, Product Information Guide|
|SIM Size||Micro SIM|
|SIM Type||Single SIM, GSM|
|Touch Screen||Yes, Capacitive|
|Business Features||Document Viewer, Document Editor, Pushmail (ActiveSync, Mail for Exchange)|
|Call Features||Hands Free, Loudspeaker|
|Handset Color||Matt Black|
|Operating Freq||GSM - 850, 900, 1800, 1900; UMTS - 2100|
|OS||Windows v7.5 (Mango)|
|Processor||1.4 GHz Qualcomm Scorpion|
|Resolution||WVGA, 480 x 800 Pixels|
|Other Display Features||Gorilla Glass Display, ClearBlack Display, Curved Glass|
|Primary Camera||Yes, 8 Megapixel|
|Video Recording||Yes, 1280 x 720, 30 fps|
|Zoom||Digital Zoom - 3x|
|Other Camera Features||Geo-tagging, Auto Focus, Continuous Touch Focus, Exposure Compensation, Auto and Manual White Balance, Carl Zeiss Optics, Image Editor|
|Type||Li-Ion, 1450 mAh|
|Talk Time||13 hrs (2G), 9 hrs (3G)|
|Standby Time||265 hrs (2G), 335 hrs (3G)|
|Memory and Storage|
|Memory||512 MB RAM|
|Internet & Connectivity|
|Preinstalled Browser||WAP 2.0, Internet Explorer 9|
|3G||Yes, 14.4 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA|
|Wifi||Yes, 802.11 b/g/n|
|USB Connectivity||Yes, micro USB, v2|
|Navigation Technology||A-GPS, with Bing Maps, Nokia Maps|
|Bluetooth||Yes, v2.1, Supported Profiles (A2DP 1.2, AVCTP 1.0, AVDTP 1.0, AVRCP 1.0, AVRCP 1.3, GAVDP 1.2, HFP 1.5, HSP 1.1, PBAP 1.0, RFCOMM 1.0, SPP 1.0, EDR)|
|Audio Jack||3.5 mm|
|Music Player||Yes, Supports MP3, eAAC, WAV|
|Video Player||Yes, Supports H.263, ASF, H.264, AVI, MPEG-4, WMV 9, VC-1, HD|
|SAR Value||0.94 W/Kg|
|Phone Book Memory||Practically Unlimited|
|Sensors||3D Accelerometer, Proximity Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor, Digital Compass|
|Additional Features||Wi-Fi Positioning, Audio and Video Streaming, Video Stabilization, Active Noise Cancellation, Audio Recording AAC Stereo, MMS Enabled, Notes, Calendar, Detailed Contact Information, Flight Mode, Nokia Drive, Nokia Music, Nokia Contacts Transfer, Dedicated Keys, Voice Input|
|Important Apps||Instant Messaging, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Mail, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, Windows Live|
|Warranty Summary||1 year manufacturer warranty for Phone and 6 months warranty for in the box accessories|
This is a fantastic phone and is highly recommended. A fresh OS and much need change from Android and iOS.
And please dont be misguided by reviewers and analysis based on only the specifications. (e.g single core processor, 512 MB RAM etc.)If only compared at a hardware level, new android devices in this price range would score better.
I suggest you to have a hands on experience of this phone and I bet you will love it. I read a review yesterday which compared the new nexus with lumia and nexus scored against the lumia on almost all fronts, but in the verdict the reviwer says that even though that is the case, the whole experience that lumia gives makes him recommened Nokia Lumia over the Nexus. As a Lumia owner, I can understand what he means.
And just for the record, I dont work for MS or Nokia. I just bought the Lumia last week and am loving the phone. RECOMMENDED.
Mango Beats apple guys. This is a must have one. May be Samsung Omnia W might have a better screen and cost. The choice is your's. But Microsoft has done an awsome Job here. Especially after the update which fixes Twitter and FaceBook. The most userfriendly i've ever seen. Android 2.3 looks cheap in from of Mango(Windows Mobile7.5).
This is the best phone running Windows Phone 7 out there in the market. The stunning AMOLED screen with CBT is one of the best screens in the market. Many would object that SGSII has the best screen but SGSII's whites are bluish whereas Lumia 800's are not. Some would say that it does not have a dual core processor but the fact is that WP7 does not needs dual core processor, its fast and responsive and does not lags,ever and Android always does. With bonus features of Nokia on WP7 like NokiaDrive and NokiaMusic it gives a very beautiful user experience.
If you are a developer or something then android would be a nice OS for you but if you are looking for something different with all features any other phone has and in a better way,then this one is for you.
To tell the truth,Android is an ugly OS. You may use any custom ROM but it is still ugly and with touchwiz Samsung makes it even uglier,HTC sense is still better. WP7 is a beautiful OS with social networking embedded in it and one of the best user experiences. Good Luck!
It doesnt matter if a phone is dual core or single core. Trust me WP7 devices are insanely smooth & buttery to interact with. Even more than iOS and Android.
Metro UI is incredible. Everything is just so logical, clean and plain fun to use.
The problem of battery backup has also been solved in the software update.
Market place has very useful and high quality apps growing day by day.
Price maybe a bit high, but note that you are paying for an incredible machine with best hardware quality ever with 1.4GHz processor, with multitasking WP7.
This is a great phone. Nokia you have arrived finally and with a bang.It is the best phone available today in the market. Forget Samsung galaxy etc..just holding the Lumia gives you a different experience. Great engineering product from Nokia Lumia 800. I have used Galaxy 2 and iPhone but belive me the Lumia phone physical quality is robust and OS is like butter.Noting comparable either from Samsung or iPhone. Future will be for Nokia once again.
I bought Lumia 800 through flipkart and it was a speedy delivery. 2 days. That was fast.
Initially I was an Andriod fan. Although I never owned one, I have used sets like Wildfire S, Galaxy S, XPeria Arc etc owned by friends. I also had plans to buy a Galaxy S.
Then I came across HTC Mozart and I was impressed with WP 7.5. I have since then kept tab on all the new releases.
I have tried my hands at Dell Venue Pro, Omnia W and HTC Mozart (Mango updated) before rounding upon Lumia 800 as my phone. And this one's a beauty.
Build quality & Design: The first thing that strikes about the 800 is its design and build quality. The size is not too big that it'll irritate your hands. I don't feel like I'm holding a tablet in hand while on a call. The build quality is simply superb and the weight of the phone gives a confidence that this phone is not just about plastics.
The phone looks striking and is a piece of art (kudos to Nokia). The absence of buttons on the front makes it more attractive (especially 800 black). The phone does steal a lot of attention from other android owners (Ha Ha Ha!).
Omnia W on the other hand is very tacky and plasticky. It is not beautiful, but is practical though.
OS: WP 7.5's tile interface is beautiful. It needs some getting used to though. But once you get to know the phone, it is all fun. I keep discovering something new everyday. The hardware is more than enough to run the OS and the OS is silky smooth to run. I never faced any problems in the last two weeks with performance.
The OS in itself is the major attraction here. With People app's facebook integration, life is much more smooth. Best part about Live Tiles is that you don't need to always launch an app. Most things you need are displayed and updated on your home screen tiles.
Battery: The handset I recieved was the updated version with the battery life bug fixed. The battery life is decent considering the usage, and considering that it is a smartphone. I get around 18 hours of time between two charges with usage including 3 hours of music, continous data connectivity (Mail & People), an hour of browsing, a few calls and day full of texting. This I believe is decent. I charge my phone in office and recharge it only the next day before I leave home again.
Apps: Omnia W has more preloaded apps and certain features that are better than Nokia. Nokia doesn't offer too many apps. The Marketplace is sufficient enough to serve one's daily needs (Unless you're a person who'd download 100 apps everyday just to try them out. If you are one, you still have 50000 apps).
Specs: On paper, Omnia W and HTC Radar look better considering the specifications as compared to Lumia 800. Although Omnia W sports a Super AMOLED, the Gorilla Glass AMOLED of 800 gives a pleasurable viewing and touch experience which I found to be better than iPhone or Galaxy SII. The OS responds to touch just as much required. Nothing more nothing less.
800 misses out on a front camera. This although is a negative compared to similar priced smartphones, I don't miss the front camera much. Practically. I've hardly seen people video-chatting on phone as most times we use either our comps for the same. Video chatting in a laptop is anyday better.
Camera: The 8MP Carl Zeiss is one of the best phone cameras I have seen. Although it gives dots in lesser light conditions, it is more than enough for normal photos. I'd again prefer using a D-SLR if I want the best photos.
Music: Nokia's earphones are good. They respond well to all frequencies. However, it'd have been great had they given in-ear buds rather than the normal earphones.
Overall, this is a fabulous no-nonsense phone which you'll enjoy using. You can happily flaunt it (have a good defense against front camera feature though :D).
If you think it is over-priced, wait for some time, the price will surely go down :P
I have been with this device since last 2 weeks and have gathered enough usage experience to write my views on it. So read on..
Hardware- It is no longer a surprise that Nokia makes the sturdiest looking unibody design devices and this has come true with the Lumia 800 too and it certainly distinguishes itself in a crowd. The first time I put it out to use, all the colleagues near me jumped to see how pretty it looked and how snugly it fitted in the hands. The black version is stunning. The back is smooth with curves of elegance. I have dropped my phone 2 times so far and it has survived without any blemish. Thank lord! The screen is AMOLED with standard Windows Phone resolution, still the colors are a little more saturated giving off their flair with the animations of WP7 software.
Software- Having started with Android and going to iOS and taking a route to Mango Windows 7.5 was not an easy choice. I was sceptical and so should be you. I am glad I did, it is flawless. The touchscreen keyboard is a joy to type and it is on par with iOS keyboard and greatly better than any android keyboard. The screen animations are subtle and give off the lag free handiwork of software refinements made in WP7.5 mango. As said by windows that it is a see and go OS in that the home with its live tiles keep telling you about the most important things happening in your mobile life, it is a great and proven statement. I enjoyed the SMS interface, the calling and also the web browsing.
Apps- One thing which made me sceptical about the whole WP7 adoption was the less than impressive marketplace. Yet, the most popular apps are there and they are even more useful with their metro based designs and functionalities. Many allow the app or any particular feature to be pinned on the home which gives you the realtime update which is cool. Still, I would say bing maps or bing search rocks! The games are main highlights of WP7 with their integration with hardware acceleration and X BOX integration. Play Assassins Creed HD and tell me you are not blown out by how cool the 3D interface is. The games for WP7 are many and perform better on the Lumia and so will on any other device.
Maps & Drive - Nokia Maps & Drive aces on my scorecard. If I get used to it, I am pretty sure I wont be able to leave home without it.
Battery life- As a heavy user I am easily put off by poor battery life. I have used android devices earlier and it always sulked. Yet,Nokia with WP7.5 are a winner party for battery. It lasts a full day of 24 hours and more. It simple reminds me of that famed Maruti ad, " Ki karoon, petrol khatam hi nahin hondi" I am happy.
Final thoughts- Lumia 800 is better in regards of feel of device and more exclusivity. I believe it's worth every penny!
People, How can you compare an Android phone with windows phone! Everyone has suggested to buy either Note or Galaxy SII. Gosh! People who want to buy WindowsPhone means they like it. Android is not for everyone. WindowsPhone is the best i tell you. please no comparison to an open source OS like Android. It's an insult to WindowsPhone users like me. WindowsPhone is the best!
Also Guys stop comparing it to Omnia W. Lumia 800 is a Masterpiece. It's Art Tech! Not a goddamn feature phone. It's meant for people with taste. Samsung is shit. It just packs lots of specs. that's it. Always plastic! No proper design, nothing. They badly lack designing skills. There is never a good feel with samsung phones. Omnia w is no exception.
Guys please buy or even think of it if you have a taste for super-rich feel and awesome tech too. If just want specs this phone is not for u! Feature phone users have no right on commenting abt this phone. It's a masterpiece poeple.
Lumia 800 is most hyped that it Rivals The iPhone! Why isn't omnia w well known to rival the iPhone!? pls tell me then!
Because even iPhone is an artistic piece. Lumia 800 is too. not OMNIA W!! please understand it!
There are a lot of expert reviews about this phone already in the internet. So,
instead of just re-stating the same, I thought of covering few areas that are
WP7.5: Can't be upgraded to WP8. (WP7.5, when introduced, was not compatible
with HD Screens, Multi-core processors and expandable SD card slots. These '-'ves
were corrected in WP8) But to tell u guys, these are no big deals. 13.8 gigs of
internal storage seems ok, and the 800x480 (252 ppi) resolution for a 3.7 inch
display looks fine, and the OS is stunningly fluid without dual core processors. And
with the update to WP7.8 in the near future, this thing should look more or less
similar to the other WP8 devices.
HARDWARE: 1.4 GHz single core processors. 512 MB RAM. Looks similar to a N9.
But with only a few N9s around, this thing is really fresh to the market. The
Unibody design is hot. The Corning Gorilla Glass is super-durable. Long story
short, my title says it all!!!!
CAMERA: No front facing camera. 8 MP rear -> Not the best of smartphone
cameras, (especially with something like "The PureView" camera on the Lumia 920
in the market) But it does a decent job in taking some good photos.
APPS: WP Marketplace has only limited apps (4-7 times lesser than Android & ios)
(But practically speaking, 100000 apps is still a huge number) and some of the
apps are available only for a premium cost (this is the cost we hav to pay for
quality), unlike Android where u get most of them free. But, since the Marketplace
is not crowded, each & every app is quality tested. So no worries about bugs &
ZUNE: To transfer files between your PC and the Lumia 800 you need to install a
software of around 80 MB on your PC, named "Zune". It can be found on
Microsoft/Nokia's sites. It is kind of annoying to not have the USB mass storage
mode. But, hey, Zune isn't that bad as some reviewers have been complaining.
BATTERY: 1450 mAH battery - not the biggest interms of capacity. But believe me
guys, it stayed alive for 2.5 days (with moderate usage). And I am pretty sure, It'll
easily get u past 1-1.5 days with heavy usage.
Android phones will get smoked here by the Lumia definitely because I've seen
Android phones last only to a maximum of 6-8 hours on heavy usage with a
similar battery capacity.
OTHERS: We require a micro-sim card for this phone and the micro-USB ports are
placed under a flip-open type lid which is very feeble. So be really careful with it
guys. Other wise, this phone is a monster. The best in its category in-terms of
design, durability and fluid working...
MY OPINION: 15-20K, Looking for a smartphone that is durable (not like the cheap
plasticky mobiles manufactured by other companies), that works smooth (not like
the crappy/buggy android), that makes you feel proud when you have one in your
hands, then it must be the NOKIA LUMIA 800.
So, that's the end of a very-long review. Wish it would be useful to atleast
someone... THANK YOU... AND GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR IDEA OF BUYING A NEW
It all started back in Dec 2011 when I first saw this dame of phones! I was blown away, not by OS, performance but by the sheer presence.
I wondered what the name could mean, further digout, it was revealed to me that it meant snow (Prostitute in spanish! lol).
No wonder both are my obsessions.
Cut to July 2012, I bought one for myself and believe me its amongst the best decisions I've made in my otherwise dreary life!
First of all, to all the Apple/Android fanboys who have been left intimidated by the shockingly fast fluidity and performance of a WP 7.5 and to those who believe its 'outdated' just because it won't receive any WP8 updates!
Tell me a small thing how many times have you cared to update even the genuine windows on your system. I am sure most of them have got the auto-updater blocked on their systems and don't even care for what they can get with new updates/fixes or most of them can't even get what I am saying. They just want to rant and rant... endlessly!
Secondly, WP8 isn't completely going to wipe out WP 7.5 user base. Imagine it like this, Nokia has sold close to 5M lumia 800's, they aren't going to orphan their user base for 5M users. Applications will STILL be backward compatible and WP7.8 update will almost be identical to what Lumia 920 will be equipped with barring the physical features that differ from Lumia 800 (NFC, wireless charging etc).
So, for god's sake stop cribbing like a crybaby and learn to enjoy and cherish whatever you have got.
Now coming back to my quick bits on this phone:
Superb OS fluidity and performance. I can still play like 4 games in one go and still manage to surf the internet without any noticable lag or hang ups. Android or iOS would've been certainly dead/hanged/rebooted by all means (Personal experience, Samsung galaxy S2 used to be dead by the time I was multitasking with it). SHOCKINGLY FAST!
APPS: Another bit to those who think Windows app market lacks. Yeah I do agree it lacks on useless applications which have led to crowded markets of Android without any stringent checks on the quality of the applications. Apple iOS market is good enough but in no way its holier-than-thou than Windows market which is still naive and catching up amazingly well.
Battery Life: If you use it like the toilet paper, when needed, it will certainly last you 2 days and couple of hours extra.
Use it heavily, like play games, surf, 3G video streams it will still be you by the time you hit the couch! Quite satisfied.
Looks: There isn't a single person whom I've met and shown my proud obsession...er...possession and he hasn't praised it with his tonsils out! Looks, smoothness, apperance, the razor sharp curves...there is no phone in world currently that is even 100kms close to looks of Lumia 800. Attention is guaranteed when you're holding it in your hands.
Yeah I would've loved if Nokia could have made the WP system a bit more opened in terms of file sharing but then, the concept of Nokia music would've been defied heavily ;).
Go ahead, buy it. Its once in a lifetime thing..you don't always get to have the beauty with brains that too alongside with you in bed! ;)
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