I've had this mobile for a few months and have been left a bit disappointed, the main thing being the battery life. If you are browsing the web or playing games or even listening to music you are looking at being connected to a charger twice a day, it may as well be a landline. I have recently read that the 7.5 mobiles won't be updated to 8, only a few WP8 apps will be available on 7.5 such as Nokia city lens, it kind of leaves you bitter about not waiting for the WP8 flagship, but this was never mentioned. I have noticed that it also lags with some apps, waiting for Nokia music to open can be frustrating if you want to start listening to music as a train arrives,etc. I have been living abroad for a few months and noticed that it doesn't enjoy being on a different regional network, the mobile is a British mobile (O2) and it took ages to get a South African network to make use of data services, i have never had the problem before. I was using the iPhone 3 before the lumia and it changed seamlessly to whatever country's service provider sim card i used. With that being said it is different from the other mobiles available, and has a very unique look and feel about it. I love the way it looks, but unfortunately the performance isn't all good at all.
I have a problem with using whats app,msgs appering in notifications doesn't appear in chat box...and receiver gets multiple notifications on one send...pls help
Are the audio bugs fixed? is it safe to buy this phone now? and can someone post frequency graph (audio) after the 12070 update. Thanks.
lumia800_user, 25 Apr 2012It's not true that latest software release 1600.2487.8107.12070 has completely corrected probl... moreyaaaa blaaaa blaaaa compare ur lumia with.luna . bloddy cheapest usrrss...
Anonymous, 10 May 2012Nokia chose Windows Phone as their OS because they didn't want the fragmentation of Android. T... moreyaa brow
android is the best experience for all ones who did'nt have
the lumiaaa and the prise.is sooo high $399.or 25,000...
Nokia is biggest brand in INDIA but LUMIA 800 does not support HINDI Language. So we can't read Hindi SITE or Hindi dictionary with this phone
cvik2, 25 Mar 2012i perfectly synced my contacts with outlook. You must have done something wrong i think.There's already chepear phones than this. They should have added a camera. Camera phones are important .. they help people trade and are useful for other stuff too (for example send a pic of a wound to a doctor so they can tell whether it's infected and worth coming to the hospital for). In order of importance .. for the developing world .. phones should have .. 1) call ability 2) texting ability 3) Camera -cheap phone camera systems cost 50 cents from OEM 4) flashlight 5) GPS -GPS chip is $1
AnonD-45553, 06 Apr 2012I have been.. I am and always will be your fan..nokia.. Wanna say something bout this phone.. ... more"I can only hope people flock away from Orange in drveos. Orange may get a few quid extra now, but it's goodbye forever from me! Don't forget, 'material detriment' is for you and your circumstances to determine, not for Orange." From: Ofcom are not going to investigate Orange's price rise
I wouldn't buy this phone for the simple reason that the battery can't be changed
It is worrying to see HTC, Sony and now Nokia following the bad example of Apple in making sure you throw away your expensive smartphone after 18/24 months because the battery has worn-out and replacement requires an uneconomic service fee
Maybe we should also start making cars that need to be scrapped when the tyres or brake pads wear out?
Please test the audio again, after it should latest update on the problem