Lumia 800 – First Nokia Smartphone Powered By Windows Phone 7
Oct 26, 2011
Nokia Lumia 800
Mobile gamers didn’t wait for Nokia World event in vain – the first Windows Phone 7 powered device, the Nokia Lumia 800, was officially announced.
The wait is finally over – the first Nokia powered by Window Phone 7 is here and it certainly came with a bang. Happy Windows mobile casino operators rolled out the red carpet for crowds of the eager Nokia Lumia 800 gamers, greeting all WP7 mobile gambling fans with a loud cheer, as it was foretold at the Nokia World event earlier today.
The brand new Nokia monster of a phone is powered by a Snapdragon chipset with a single-core 1.4GHz Scorpion CPU and has 512MB or RAM. The device will entertain fans of Windows mobile gambling with the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS and will offer 16GB of internal memory and 25GB of free cloud storage space from Microsoft.
Mobile casino games developers are rushing to come up with new games to address the powerful beast. Finns didn’t stop there and introduced a 3.7 inch ClearBack AMOLED screen and three Windows Phone capacitive Windows Phone buttons. The device will accommodate a micro-SIM card, just like the Nokia N9.
Mobile casinos enthusiasts will be able to snap their shiny jackpot-winning faces with the help of an 8MP f/2.2 camera featuring Carl Zeiss optics, auto-focus and a dual LED flash. The new device also introduced the first ever Windows Phone voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation. There are three color options for the Nokia Lumia 800 – Magenta, Blue and Black.
Lumia 800 is expected to hit the stores in November in France, Italy, Germany, Spain and the UK, with the rest of the world receiving the phone in December-January. Pricing for the smartphone is expected to start at €420.