I'm Nicole Lee Senior Associates Editor for CNET.com and this is the first look at the new Nokia Lumia 800.
One of Nokia's first Windows phone devices.
It's about the latest Windows phone 7.5 Mango operating system.
It's made out of a unibody, polycarbonate material on a (??) it's a curved 3.7 inch WVGA AMOLED ClearBlack display and that means it has polirizing filter that make it's look good under bright sunlight.
The display is made out of Gorilla Glass and it's scratch resistance and is also slightly curve to make it easier to swipe the front screen.
On the (??) the new to display you get the Windows phone control, like the back setting the Windows better as we as I see search function.
On the side you do get the (??), the power button as well and a camera button.
On the top here is a (??) subject as well as the little, Micro USB port.
On the back here is the 8 megapixel camera with LED flash.
The 8 Megapixel camera, cam recording 720p HD video.
It has a Carl Zeiss lens.
The Nokia Lumia 800 powered by 1.4 gigahertz single core processor along with 500 and 12 megabytes of processor memory.
It has 16 Gb internal storage.
Because of it's Unibody design, it does not have a removable battery, when you can go to any Nokia store or a (??) store to have that replaced.
It has a usual features like Wi-fi, GPS and more.
It is a Quadband GS cellphone, so it can be used internationally.
The Nokia Lumia 800 also comes to support with a variety of Nokia Services.
Like Nokia Drive which is Nokia turn-by-turn Navigation system.
Nokia Music, just nokia music store and Nokia Mix Radio which is Nokia's (??) Radio Service.
The Nokia Lumia 800 would be available in Cyan Magenta and Black.
It would be available for a $585 without a contract.
I'm Nicole and it's been the first look at in Nokia Lumia 800
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