One of the first things we noticed about the Nokia Lumia 800 is that it looks strikingly like the , which runs Nokia's soon-to-be-extinct MeeGo OS.
Indeed, it has a similar unibody polycarbonite shell along with the same curved AMOLED display. But on probing further, we found that the differences between the two go far beyond just operating systems. Here we compare the two devices side by side.
|Nokia Lumia 800||Nokia N9|
|Operating system||Windows Phone 7.5 Mango||MeeGo 1.2|
|Display||3.7-inch curved AMOLED||3.9-inch curved AMOLED|
|Dimensions||4.59 inches (116.5mm) by 2.4 inches (61.2mm) by 0.47 inch (12.1mm)||4.59 inches (116.5mm) by 2.4 inches (61.2mm) by 0.47 inch (12.1mm)|
|Weight||5.01 oz (142 grams)||4.76 oz (135 grams)|
|Processor||1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255||1GHz TI OMAP3860|
|Storage||16GB||16GB or 64GB|
|Rear camera||8-megapixel camera||8-megapixel camera|