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Nokia Lumia review
Ilse Jurriën : February 13th 2012 - 21:45 CET
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NokiaNokia Lumia 800 review at LetsGoMobile : The Nokia Lumia is the first smartphone series that emerged from the collaboration between Nokia and Microsoft. The top of the range Nokia Lumia 800 is an extensive smartphone equipped with the Windows Phone Mango operating system. This Nokia Lumia phone has been equipped with a 3.7" AMOLED ‘ClearBlack Touchscreen and an 8.0 megapixel digital camera with Carl-Zeiss lens technology. The Nokia Lumia supports Wi-Fi and HSDPA for a smooth internet experience. A complete Social Media integration combines the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone with a fully renewed interface. LetsGoMobile published a review on this high-end smartphone.

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Nokia Lumia review

Nokia Lumia review
The Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone has an 8.0 megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss lens technology. The application starts up quickly, this is what LetsGoMobile says about it: "The camera application is started up by choosing the camera option in the menu or with the quick button on the side of the Nokia Smartphone. The camera application starts up fairly quickly; you can start shooting in about 2 seconds. This is a handy bonus when starting the camera from the stand-by mode. Even if the phone is locked, you can still start the camera application of the Nokia Lumia 800 by holding down the camera button. This certainly saves time when you quickly take the phone out of your pocket or purse to take a snapshot. Nearly the whole screen serves as a viewfinder while shooting."

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Nokia Lumia review at LetsGoMobile
The collaboration between Nokia and Windows has led to an interesting, innovative product. Often new phones are similar to their predecessors, but with Windows Phone Mango on the Lumia 800, you have no idea that you are working with a Nokia phone, and there is no resemblance to the old Windows Mobile. The Nokia Lumia smartphone has a sleek design, and since almost everything is made out of one piece, the cell phone feels very solid. Read the in-depth Nokia Lumia 800 review at LetsGoMobile.

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