Hi guys Brian Bennett cnet.com. And right now we're taking a first look at.
Brand new Nokia via.
And up basically take a look at this device it has a up.
Four point three inches WX -- LCD screen here.
As can tell it's running windows.
Which is -- Microsoft brand new OS and other features include -- this really -- you on the colored back here.
And what's actually really nice -- is that.
The us leave the scientific cover that -- -- NFC technology.
And also enables wireless charging so you cannot you know just tap it with accessories -- transfer music problem.
That's playing on the phone over to -- pair of speakers or sorry a set of speakers work a pair of headphones as well.
On -- can also use NFC to do mobile payments in the future -- and transfer data -- that way up so.
Also another thing that's the thing is on the back of the phone there is a eight megapixel camera here we -- thought to LED last.
Also -- Nokia vice talk about their god you on -- feature which enables sun's new.
I'm augment photos -- it video and adding up motion.
To the -- -- photographs and tape.
Right now -- Nokia's not letting us.
You don't move away from the home screen so we can't really so you a lot of the other apps that were announced in the demo but.
I've -- this is just a good example of what this phone looks like.
And up you know what.
And actually I do -- -- -- -- one of its is that there has not been any availability or pricing yet for the Omnia.
-- -- he but hopefully we'll learn more soon.
I'm Brian Bennett and it's been a first look at the Nokia Lumia eight when he.
Sure to check back please review at cnet.com.
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