cjmillsnun, 11 Dec 2011I have a Lumia 800 as my secondary phone and only one thing disappoints me with it: The a... moreNight and day? I'm assuming the Lumia is getting the better portion? But even then the difference isn't that exagerrated. My experience with both phones was that the Lumia was significantly better overall compared to the 4S. I guess mileage may vary from time to time...
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2011nokia n9 is better, 64gb, better multitask, better battery life, brigther screen, better camer... moreThat's right, let it all out. I'm sure nitpicking what you don't like about the Lumia 800 helps.
no secondary camera , memory card slot, not java enabled and only for micro simcard so very soon it is available to 1/3 price of now .
Dutiful, 11 Dec 2011Hi guy, those 25gb skydrive storage disc is only to synchronise your datas. Since Lumia 800... moreYou can stream it from the skydrive just look around and you will find some nice ways to stream music, videos etc. Just correcting the notion that you cant play music, videos etc.
Hey gud guys,
if Nokia could create this much success by their first model (semi-smart) Lumias,
imagine yourself, they will surely rules over the whole smart fone Arena after producing 5 or 6 rich specifications window fones by 2013.
with Nokia full backup,
Window platform OS is certain to made a tremendous advancement within 1 to 2
nokia n9 is better, 64gb, better multitask, better battery life, brigther screen, better camera.
u can send files over bluetooth u can t do this one windows phone.
u dont have to use a program, to send files. it support mass storage
windows phone doesnt
I am not satisfied. Secondary camera is nil. Only internel memory. Whats phone yaaar.......
torcida, 11 Dec 2011whats wrong with you guys!? nokia should rather stay with symbian than change to the boring an... moreSymbian had too many limitations, mainly in screen resolution and supports only ARM11 and older processors, very serious limitations.
Android is too unstable and WP7 is too restricted, just like iphone. So whats the options? MeeGo doesnt even have flash in the browser, and RIM is not an option at all.
We just have to choose the lesser of the evils, and Android is the winner. To get a stable good os that can do anything the onli option is N900, its too old and slow. Nokia would have been the number one smartfone today if they had continued the development of Maemo, by far the best ever mobile OS because it was a full OS! Full real linux, one of a kind, we will never see such a great device again, ever.
Btw, the missing flash support in browser is problem of both meego and WP, so its a general limitation of Nokia these days. Very serious lack of common functionality required in 2010, and now we already have 2012 soon. Someone send mtr Elop a calendar so he also can see what year it is.
i hate it. It's os is windows not symbain. Support other extention files that's this good quality.
No secondary camera so you can't do vedio call
i just wondered if anyone was lucky enough to buy this phone from argos the other day at only £119,yep you seen rights guys, only £119,by time i had seen it they was out of stock and the next day when they had more in stock they was at the correct price of £440
cutter, 10 Dec 2011not a complete phone.........
1)- No secondary camera
2)- No memory slot
yes, thats right...
so why you dont get an N9!?
You can buy it with 64gb and it has a frontcam... In addition it has a revolutionary UI!!
hardik, 11 Dec 2011nokia have to adopt android os .sym is poor now this all feature also have in android os but... morewhats wrong with you guys!? nokia should rather stay with symbian than change to the boring android!!
I have a Lumia 800 as my secondary phone and only one thing disappoints me with it:
The abysmal sound quality. I carry an iPhone 4S as my primary phone, and the difference in sound quality is like night and day.
The lack of apps doesn't bother me. Good twitter clients are available, as are other apps I need.
The Windows Phone interface is original, and actually very logical and simple to use. I personally prefer iOS but WP7 would be my second choice. The camera is good, and as I never do video calling with my phone, the lack of a front facing camera doesn't matter.
The battery life is nowhere near what Nokia claim, but will last a day. It'll do.
Hardware wise, it is durable, stylish and even the packaging is appealing.
All in all, it's not bad.