Good news Lumia 800 fanciers; Nokia's just let slip that its first Windows Phone 7 effort will be available tomorrow. It can be had from £26 a month on contract and can be picked up from the networks, Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U.
Word on the street is that we'll get to see the true colours of Nokia's latest flagship and first Windows Phone 7 outing, the Lumia 800, before Christmas. It's true the matt black looks good, but is cyan even better?
According to Simon Lee-Smith, Telefonica's Euro chief, those Nokia Lumia 800s are too damn expensive. That's why the network won't be selling Nokia's first Windows phones, adding that they'll have to be cheaper to get a look-in.
It's finally here -- the Lumia 800, Nokia's first step into the world of Windows Phone 7. Is it the phone we've all been waiting for? Will it pull the company out of its perceived downward spiral? It might just.
How much will the single-core processor of Nokia's Lumia 800 affect real world speeds? Well judging from these browser speed tests that SlashGear ran against the top Android and iOS phones, it's noticably slower.
Nokia just announced two Windows Phone handsets. The first "true" Windows Phones, the company says—and makes a pretty convincing case that they are. But rather than making everyone hot and bothered, Lumia seems to be leaving people cold. Here's why that's wrong.
Nokia's long-awaited Windows Phone 7 handsets have been invited into our houses, sat down, and given a thorough introduction today, after months (years! it felt like years!) of rumours and leaks. The Lumia 800, previously known as the N800, previously known as Sea Ray, is the colourful flagship, which comes with Nokia Drive navigation and Nokia Music for downloads and radio-streaming.