800, 24 Nov 2011windows phone OS doesn't support memory card slotHTC diamond 2 support memory slot
800, 24 Nov 2011windows phone OS doesn't support memory card slotFor some reason, the Samsung Focus (not the newer Focus S) supports MicroSD cards.
Not sure why more Windows Phone 7 devices don't..
so did anyone manage to copy their own files to a Lumia yet?
Good luck, but take care or your credit card will overheat when you start paying for every little thing you want to put in your ugly WP
Can anyone specify where they bought the phone?
Im in lebanon and im going nuts over trying to find it and i just can't seem to.
In france they are saying till december. Does anyone know if it released in the UAE?
Exactly what I want - georgous look, perfect size, and that smooth WP OS.
Well done NOKIA!
Lumina is impressively juiced up in mango flavor, fresh windows platform promises to open new doors, but nokia needs to dig deeper in the hat to get its mojo back
but why in the world would nokia not include a secondary camera and memory card slot.....for goodness sake it's year 2012
numia 800 is very killer look an its OS is window 7.5 mango 3d optical display.8 mp camera
Spec same as Galaxy W I8150 but Nokia Lumia 800 didnt have 3G camera and memory card slot,screen saiz both are same,but for me,Samsung much more better..sorry Nokia,my 1st phone was nokia but now,i give my loyalty to Samsung,
good looking............ but no front cam and card slot...so, sorry nokia
please anyone reply back soon on whether this phone is now available in bangladesh or not. if available in bangladesh please note down the price of this phone as well please. i'm eagerly awaiting for a reply soon. please reply back. please.
Dont think about CPUs and overall performance .
remember that IPOD Touch 4G runs games which use 2ual cores in android . even Galax S2 . just with a 800 MHz CPU . in a 960*640 pixel resoution . think same for Windows Phone . it's just awesome
Just had a play with the Lumia in store and hands down this is one of the best built handsets I have ever held. It's responsive, has a super clear screen and I think WP7.5 is an amazing OS compared to others.
There are 2 reasons I cannot see myself investing in the phone though, and they are the screen and memory size. I currently have a 3.6" screen handset and am looking to get more real estate, the 0.1" difference I would gain moving to the Lumia unfortunatley doesn't cut it. The memory wouldn't be a problem if it had MMC capability but since it doesnt I would be looking for at least 32Gb.
Taking this into account Nokia are back on my wishlist, with WP7 and their robust build reputation I think their on to a winner. Roll on the Lumia 900!
its very bad phone .dont use it .charge is very low.toch screen is over small