Nokia's Lumia 800

The Lumia 800, Nokia's flagship Windows Phone model, will go on sale next month in Europe for 420 euros, or about $580. The once-dominant mobile phone maker debuted the device and a lower-end sibling, the Lumia 710, at its Nokia World conference in London today.
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Nokia's Lumia 800 profile

The profile of the Nokia Lumia 800 has the company's characteristic tapering.
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Nokia's Lumia 800 camera

The back of the Lumia 800 features a camera with an 8-megapixel sensor and a fast f/2.2 lens that Nokia boasts will yield superior image quality. It can shoot 720p video at 30 frames per second.
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Nokia's Lumia 800 top view

Atop the Nokia Lumia 800 is an audio jack. The company hopes the Windows Phone's music abilities will let it stand above the crowd.
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Nokia's Lumia 800

The Nokia Lumia 800 has a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor inside and a 3.7-inch ClearBack AMOLED display on the front.
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Nokia's Lumia 710

Nokia's Lumia 710, a lower-end, lower-cost Windows Phone sibling to the Lumia 800, has less flash memory at 8GB but also costs 150 euros less. The Lumia 710 will sell for 270 euros, or $374. The Lumia 710 is expected to ship in Russia, Taiwan, India, Hong Kong, and Singapore later this year, with more markets coming in the first half of 2012.
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Nokia's Lumia 710 accessory play

Nokia wants a rich selection of accessories for its Windows Phone models--in part as a high-margin extra that will make carriers more interested in promoting and selling the phones. This case is for the Lumia 710.
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Lumia pricing

The Lumia 800 will cost 420 euros before taxes--about $580--when the Windows Phone device goes on sale in November. The Lumia 710 will cost 270 euros--about $374.
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Nokia Drive

To try to stand out above other Windows Phone models, the Nokia Lumia models come with software called Drive that offers maps, voice control, turn-by-turn navigation directions, and precached maps for when people want to avoid data charges or network blank spots.
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Nokia Drive

Nokia Drive software can give navigation instructions by voice.
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Nokia's music app

Nokia's music app for Windows Phone comes with a "mix radio" feature that lets people listen to streaming music without signing up for subscriptions.
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Nokia's music app

Specific mix playlists can be pinned to the Windows Phone start screen.
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Nokia's sports info

Nokia also signed a deal with ESPN for sports videos, statistics, and other information.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop shows the three colors of the new Lumia 800 phone.
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