Well folks as I love to keep you all updated on the greatest in tech, Nokia has finally delivered its company saving phones that we have all been waiting for. The company just finished its first keynote at Nokia World 2011 with the release of not one but two Windows Phone 7 handsets, the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.
The Lumia 800 features a striking resemblance to the Nokia N9 which should be on the way for me to review so make sure to subscribe to be updated on that video. The Lumia 800 uses Windows Phone Mango 7.5 as its main operating system, features a 3.7″ 800 x 480 AMOLED Display, 16GB of Internal Storage, 512MB or Ram and a 8 MP Carl Zeiss Lens with an aperture of F2.2 which means very good low light performance.
The Lumia 710 was the second handset released by Nokia which is also powered by Windows Phone Mango 7.5. It also has a 3.7: display but is not AMOLED like the 800, it has 8 GB of internal storage and 512MB of ram. The camera is only 5 MP in comparison to the Lumia 8.
However neither the Lumia 800 or 710 have expandable slots. Both phones are powered from apparent 1.4GHZ Processor.
They will Nokia Lumia 800 and 710 will be available in European stores in November. The US and Australia is most likely to receive these in early 2012. The Lumia 800 should retail for around $599 AUD and the Lumia 710 will retail for around $399.
The event however seemed to outline more of the features of Windows Phone Mango 7.5 then showcasing the new product. Nokia also showed of 6 new Symbian devices which they are targeting towards more developing countries to bring phones to everyone.